FL: Owner of Vanguard Cybersecurity arrested for hacking into state, Lee elections websites

Looks like someone forgot to ask, “Mother, May I?”

Ben Brasch reports:

An Estero man has been accused of hacking into the state and Lee County elections websites.

Officers with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement arrested David Levin, a 31-year-old political consultant and owner of Vanguard Cybersecurity, on three third-degree-felony counts of property crimes.


Agents accuse Levin of illegally accessing the elections website on Dec. 19 and the state elections website website Jan. 4 and Jan. 31.

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