The article describes Konnech Inc, a technology company that provides products, including smartphone applications, for the management of polling locations, poll workers, and mail-in ballots necessary for running elections in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Konnech under scrutiny after reports suggested that coding resources locked down in Wuhan due to COVID-19 had led to count reporting problems during an election in Queensland.
Potential security risks in the use of election management software.
Chinese election technology company Jinhua Hongzheng Technology has possible links to Konnech.
Catherine Englebrecht of True the Vote and Gregg Phillips of OPSEC organized an event on Saturday, August 13th in Arizona called “the Pit.”
The article outlines the history of Konnech, a company incorporated in Michigan in 2002 by Eugene Yu.
True the Vote accuses Konnech of allowing the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to access the personal data of 1.8 million US election workers through its PollChief software.
Konnech Inc.'s CEO and founder, Eugene Yu, has been arrested on charges of sending sensitive US election-related data to Chinese servers.
The article discusses the discovery of personal data belonging to 1.8 million U.S. poll workers on an unsecured MongoDB server in China.
The CEO of Konnech, a software company that provides services to American election officials, has been arrested in Michigan for storing sensitive personal data on servers located in China.