Midterms Security Watch: Quiet Election Day early sign of cyber policy success

12:41 a.m. — Quiet Election Day early sign of cyber policy success — Officials monitoring the U.S. midterm elections have seen no significant hacking attempts, a sign that foreign countries sat out the 2018 vote.

The Department of Homeland Security was worried that Russia and other countries were biding their time for an Election Day surprise. However, there is no evidence that came to fruition, according to an agency official.

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