GBC's latest issue brief examines cybersecurity in state electoral bodies — the top threats and mitigation measures, as well as recent efforts to raise operational visibility.
Across states and municipalities, the core infrastructure enabling administration, storage, and transfer of electoral information is either broken or nearing obsolescence. Unless officials shore up the cybersecurity of these systems immediately, adversaries will continue to exploit the advantage and undermine faith in core democratic processes.
Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn more about:
- Top vulnerabilities affecting state and local electoral organizations
- Legislation aimed at helping states maximize available resources to bolster cybersecurity
- Best practices for defending electoral networks from intrusion, manipulation, or theft of citizen data