Tags election security
House Republican campaign arm hacked during 2018 election
The breach exposed thousands of NRCC emails to the attacker and appears to be the work of a sophisticated actor, a source familiar with the matter told CyberScoop.
New bipartisan bill proposes international election security cooperation
The bill aims to have U.S. election officials collaborate on election security with their foreign counterparts.
DHS on Election Day: No malicious cyber-activity observed
DHS officials said they have not seen malicious activity targeting election systems or result reporting websites.
Robby Mook on how election security is evolving
CNN commentator Robby Mook talks about all the things that are changing (and some things that still need to change) when it comes to election security.
Foreign influence ops are adapting to U.S. defenses, DHS chief says
Foreign adversaries are adapting their influence operations spreading disinformation to U.S. government and corporate defenses, according to Kirstjen Nielsen.
Center for Internet Security looks to expand threat sharing program to political campaigns
The goal is to chip away at the security-resource deficit facing candidates, as numerous tech companies are trying to do by offering free security services to campaigns.