U.S. Cyber Security Agency considers fair elections

The U.S. presidential election turned out to be safe, with no information about the votes lost or uncounted. The statement was made by the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Agency for Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security (CISA) and the Government Coordinating Council for Electoral Infrastructure (GCC).

According to the agency, there is no evidence that any voting system has removed or lost votes, changed votes or been compromised. That is confirmed in a joint statement posted on the U.S. Cyber Security Agency website.

The agencies expressed confidence in the security and integrity of the elections, despite “numerous unfounded claims and opportunities for misinformation.

The US presidential election was held on November 3. Most of the votes have been counted, but the official results are still unknown. On November 7 the leading American mass media announced about the victory of Democrat Joe Biden in the election of the head of state.