Federal help to local jurisdictions must come with trust.
The caucuses in Iowa showed it doesn’t require foreign adversaries or political enemies to screw up voting.
When it comes to government efforts to protect elections and promote democracy in the U.S., the past decade has been an eventful one.
Less than a year out from the 2020 election, state and local election security officials are gearing up to defend against cyber threats.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the National Security Agency is bringing together its foreign intelligence and cyber defense missions into a new directorate.
Local jurisdictions’ control and operation of elections is a tradition but as the issue of election security becomes front and center, should Congress be involved?
The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace has 51 nations’ signatures, but not that of the United States.
After interference by Russian during the 2016 presidential race caught federal officials flat-footed, the Department of Homeland Security worked with states to secure election systems from cyber threats.
In a two-part series, host Sean Kelley discusses with experts from the election community key lessons learned from 2016.
The 2016 elections left a swirl of unanswered questions around election security. In a two-part series, host Sean Kelley discusses the state of cybersecurity as it pertains to the election of our future leaders.