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Elections Security Expert Brings New Perspective to 2024

Whether it’s protecting users from email scams or studying election technology, cybersecurity researchers are confronting the reality that every new discovery could make or break public trust and cause misinformation to spread. 

Few understand this burden better than Michael A. Specter, a new assistant professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Cybersecurity and Privacy (SCP). Having spent several years addressing the complex social, economic, and legal challenges related to election security, Specter brings a unique perspective to the field.

“By developing and breaking systems with an understanding of the surrounding legal and policy issues, we are able to help solve problems that are critical to a functioning democracy,” said Specter.
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