1. Telework and Small Office Network Security Guide

    This guide, published by the Center for Internet Securuty, is meant to assist individuals and organizations in securing commodity routers, modems, and other network devices. Securing these devices is important as there are serious cybersecurity considerations surrounding the usage of network devices.

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  2. The Election Official’s Handbook

    Foreign actors are increasingly sophisticated at using cyber tools and social media to probe and penetrate electoral infrastructure, manipulate public opinion, and cast doubt on the integrity of the election process. On the eve of another presidential election, vulnerabilities in our election systems remain unaddressed. This handbook provides a list of steps that local election […]

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  3. Cybersecurity Resource Guide

    This cybersecurity resource guide is an initiative of the Cybersecurity Committee of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS). The committee is comprised of all NASS members and is dedicated to information sharing of policies and practices across states. The committee focuses on cybersecurity as it relates to all facets of offices of Secretaries […]

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  4. Securely Storing Data

    Many folks put sensitive data on their computers, cellphones and other devices. In fact, someone browsing through one of your devices might quickly find your bank account numbers, email passwords and your child’s Social Security number. This type of vulnerability is a tradeoff you may make for convenience, but there are ways to minimize the […]

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  5. EI-ISAC 2018 Year in Review

    During 2018, the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing & Analysis Center™ (EI-ISAC®) evolved from an idea to a formalized collective of dedicated election officials. Elections staff members, associations, technology vendors, federal partners, and cybersecurity experts worked tirelessly to help secure the U.S. elections infrastructure. From sharing information about the threat landscape to creating educational opportunities and […]

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  6. UOCAVA Ballot Return Technical Recommendations

    This report provides security recommendations for the current practices surrounding electronic blank ballot delivery and voted electronic ballot return within U.S. states and jurisdictions. These recommendations aim to be actionable for election officials, related intragovernmental agencies, and other related stakeholders. The recommendations contained here are not solely technical recommendations, as many procedural and operational safeguards […]

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  7. Los Angeles County Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) project

    The Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) was developed by the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) in 2009 to address an aging voting system and an increasingly large and complex electorate. The project seeks a collaborative approach to voting system design that will put voters at the center and maximize stakeholder participation.

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  8. NCSL Toolkit

    Because elections technology is now on the radar for legislators in a way it hasn’t ever been before, NCSL has developed this elections technology toolkit. It is a compilation of “tech notes” describing the technology in use at each step of the election process.

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