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The election risk profile tool is designed only to review the components of election administration that are within officials’ control.

The Malicious Domain Blocking and Reporting service will be available at no cost to SLTT members of the CIS MS-ISAC and EI-ISAC.

Staying safe secure while working remotely is important. Learn best practices that can be implemented quickly and effectively from wherever you are working.

As an election community, we are practiced and prepared to take these challenges head on and ensure American voters decide American elections.

With November right around the corner, state and local governments need to ensure the resilience and security of their election infrastructure.

2019 provided CIS with remarkable growth in our products and services, furthering our mission as an independent, global leader in cybersecurity.

A $2.2. million pilot program will help election officials secure the laptops, tablets and other devices they use to manage election business.

The security defenses in place for November 2020 are vastly improved over those in place during the 2016 presidential elections.

Experts argued during the hearing that in order to combat disinformation, states should prioritize voter education outreach efforts.

John Gilligan, president and CEO of the CIS, said states have made technical improvements that make it difficult to hack into voting systems.

In addition to updating and upgrading voting technology, election officials must also be providing timely and factual information to voters.

State and local officials’ efforts to bolster their cyber defenses since the 2016 presidential elections have made a difference.

The potential for disinformation to disrupt the process casts a shadow on significant improvements made since 2016.

Looking ahead to November's election, the same problem regarding confidence in the system is present, and the public must be kept informed.

As the world moves to the cloud, cybercriminals are exploiting teleworking capabilities, making countering COVID-19 and cyber-attacks a priority.

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