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As the 2020 election season takes off, states are pushing for tighter security and broader participation through online options.
When it comes to preventing data loss during an ongoing election, agencies may need to look into continuously replicating data and systems.
Pipe Sleuth classifies sewer defects from videos, delivering s a consistent, more accurate view of what’s happening in the water infrastructure running under the nation’s capital.
Cybersecurity State Coordinator Act of 2020 would require the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to designate an employee to serve as the principal federal contact for each state.
The algorithm uses a web camera’s image feed to automatically determine an area’s visibility for pilots.
Under a new policy, the FBI will also brief state officials when local election infrastructure has been compromised.
Federal officials will work harder to share information about election security threats with state officials, but they must also protect sources, which will leave local officials unsatisfied, according to the IC's election security threats executive.
A new report showcases successful cybersecurity collaborations between state and local governments and offers tips on forming cybersecurity partnerships.
Although both officers and the public generally support body-worn cameras, the impacts may have been overestimated, according to recent studies.
Three of the largest U.S. voting system manufacturers told lawmakers they would support a range of new regulatory and reporting requirements, but at least one election security expert said that may not be enough.
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