2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections

Many challenges exist in the United States at the intersection of cybersecurity and elections, a cause championed by some and doubted by others. But with the 2020 campaign already underway — and lingering questions about how cybersecurity influenced the 2016 election — this topic is more important than ever before.   In particular, there

2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections2020-07-30T10:53:51-06:00

Electronic Voting: How NCC is convening leaders through Secure the Vote (NCF Podcast)

  In 2020, national and local elections are top-of-mind for Americans. With headlines being dominated by election integrity, misinformation and disinformation, and safety during the pandemic, National Cybersecurity Center's (NCC) Secure the Vote program is convening leaders to explore an alternative method of participating in our democracy: electronic voting. In this (New Cyber Frontier)

Electronic Voting: How NCC is convening leaders through Secure the Vote (NCF Podcast)2020-07-28T13:43:25-06:00

National Cybersecurity Center’s Secure the Vote Launches 2020 Webinar Series: Give Us the Options

    Colorado Springs, CO May 6th, 2020 –  The National Cybersecurity Center’s Secure the Vote initiative has announced an exciting new webinar series to explore one of the most critical issues of 2020: election security.   Securing elections is both an art and a science - it requires an acceptance of a level

National Cybersecurity Center’s Secure the Vote Launches 2020 Webinar Series: Give Us the Options2020-05-06T09:49:11-06:00

National Cybersecurity Center’s Secure the Vote Launches Advisory Board

Press Contact: Forrest Senti (931) 249-8245 Direct   Colorado Springs, CO March 30, 2020 –  The National Cybersecurity Center’s Secure the Vote initiative has launched the formation of an advisory board to address the challenges and opportunities at the nexus of cybersecurity and elections. Election security is one of the most critical issues of

National Cybersecurity Center’s Secure the Vote Launches Advisory Board2020-05-12T11:00:53-06:00

NCC King County Audit Summary 2020

King County Audit Summary March 3, 2020 Election Overview: King Conservation District Board of Supervisor Election | February 11, 2020 Total Registered Voters Ballots Returned 2020 Election Ballots Returned 2019 Voter Turnout Increase 1,265,576 6,280 3,241 93.77%   Technology: OmniBallot Secure Ballot Transmission System (Democracy Live) Total ballots submitted   Total ballots returned electronically

NCC King County Audit Summary 20202020-05-18T13:36:41-06:00

NCC Audit Summary Jackson County General Election 2019

National Cybersecurity Center Audit Summary Jackson County, Oregon Special Election – November 5, 2019[1] Total registered voters – 152,518 Ballots cast – 46,425 Voter turnout total – 30.44% Total ballots via Voatz app that were audited - 27 Overview of the audit The purpose this effort was to enable public citizens to conduct an

NCC Audit Summary Jackson County General Election 20192020-05-18T13:35:39-06:00