The term “Kill Chain Methodology” or “Cyber Kill Chain” has been widely used in the world of cybersecurity to interpret the different stages involved in a cyberattack. In a nutshell, from a hacker’s perspective, a kill chain is a way to illegally gain access to a network or network device via a series of progressive steps. Consequently, from a defender’s perspective, every stage of this process presents an opportunity to prevent intrusions. So, what kind of systems, networks or devices can hackers exploit by employing this methodology? Let’s talk about the election.