Securing the Vote

Election Security and Modern Threats

Free, fair, and open elections are foundational to democracy. Ensuring voting data integrity underpins public trust in election results. However, the rise of geopolitical, criminal and insider cyberattacks in addition to information operations campaigns, threaten to weaken public trust in elections. With confidence in election integrity at stake, validating and delivering secure and resilient cyber security capabilities ahead of the 2022 midterm and 2024 Presidential elections are major challenges requiring focus and investment to properly plan and implement.

Download this GBC issue brief to learn more about:

  • The current threats facing election security in the US
  • The critical role of secure elections to maintaining democracy
  • Best practices for state and local governments to maintain strong cyberdefenses

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