The document says the iPads will prevent election interference through Apple’s operating system, which resists viruses and can be locked remotely. The document also outlines applications and components of the system.
“They’re just saying, ‘We use industry trends and services,’” said Mustaque Ahamad, associate director for Georgia Tech’s Institute for Information Security & Privacy. “I wouldn’t see any reason to not disclose that.”
The document doesn’t include passwords or keys that could be used to penetrate the iPads.