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According to a new NASCIO, NASPO, and CIS guide, the complexity of technology over the last twenty years has made the acquisition process complex as well.


CIS was uniquely positioned to handle both cybersecurity and misinformation reports to protect the 2020 election infrastructure.


The 2020 General Election, has been deemed the most secure election in American history. We welcome guests Geoff Hale from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and Lew Robinson serves as CIS Vice President of Election Operations.


Learn about the credential theft Trojan, TrickBot and how to prevent and respond to infections.


CIS in partnership with Akamai, now offering Malicious Domain Blocking and Reporting service to hospitals at no cost


The Missouri House bill also requires local election authorities to be members of the Center for Internet Security's EI-ISAC.


Following simple online safety best practices can help you avoid becoming the next victim of a cyber attack. Learn simple ways to stay secure at work.


In honor of International Women's Day, CIS asked female team members at every level to share career advice for other women in tech.


Public sector CISOs face the same challenges as their private sector counterparts, but with the additional struggles unique to working in government.


EAST GREENBUSH, NY, Feb 22, 2021 – The Center for Internet Security, Inc (CIS®) is issuing a Request for Information (RFI) today for a state,



Election officials need to be confident that their vendors have assessed and mitigated any risks with their third-party suppliers.


The guide “focuses on the cybersecurity risks involving hardware, firmware, and software that are in the election technology supply chain.


The February 2021 MS-ISAC newsletter shares 4 of the top COVID-19 scams and recommendations on how to protect yourself from these threats.


Election systems are vulnerable to the same cyber risks exposed by the SolarWinds hack, the report said.


The guide identifies the most common attack types on supply chains and provides an analysis of each election infrastructure component.


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