US authorities believe that the level of foreign interference in US elections in 2020 has decreased, said Christopher Krebs, Director of the US cybersecurity and infrastructure security Agency.
“Compared to how things were in 2016, we don’t see this level of coordinated, persistent cyber activity on the part of adversaries,” Krebs said, speaking at a Brookings Institution event.
According to him, the US now has a better idea of how to repel such attacks.
Previously, the US accused Russia of interfering in the 2016 election, Moscow denied this.
The US presidential and congressional elections will be held in the US on November 3.