Georgia restricts Fulton County’s access to voter registration system after cyber intrusion

An apparent cyberattack that affected government operations in Georgia’s most populous county is creating challenges for its election office as it prepares for the state’s March 12 presidential primary. Robert Sinners, spokesman for the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, said Thursday that Fulton County’s access to the state voter registration system had been restricted as a precaution. There was no indication election systems were targeted, and county officials were working through plans to begin restoring the connection, county spokeswoman Jessica Corbitt said.

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