Episode 66: How RABET-V Verifies Non-Voting Election Tech
In episode 66 of Cybersecurity Where You Are, co-hosts Sean Atkinson and Tony Sager are joined by Mike Garcia, Senior Cybersecurity Advisor at the Center for Internet Security (CIS), and Jared Dearing, Sr. Director of Elections Best Practices at CIS. Together, they discuss the Rapid Architecture-Based Election Technology Verification (RABET-V) program. They begin by noting how the lack of a standardized verification process for non-voting election systems warranted the creation of a holistic testing approach for these technologies. From there, they explain how RABET-V differs from traditional testing methodologies by verifying non-voting election systems using a three-pronged approach. They conclude by sharing their ongoing work to improve RABET-V.
- RABET-V Launch Event
- RABET-V Final Pilot Summary and Next Steps
- Episode 63: Building Capability and Integration with SBOMs
- CIS Software Supply Chain Security Guide
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