CyberScoop: FOLLOW THE MONEY – The Trump administration has told states exactly how much of a $380 million fund they will get to make their voting systems more secure ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. The funding, made available through the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill enacted earlier this month, is one of Congress’s first major steps to prevent a repeat of Russian hackers’ meddling in U.S. elections. The money can be used to upgrade state computer systems and offer cybersecurity training to election officials, among other things. California, Florida, New York and Texas together will get a quarter of the cash, with California leading the pack with about $35 million. Sean Lyngaas has a full funding breakdown at CyberScoop.