Combatting Insider Threats in Election Infrastructure

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Originally Aired - Wednesday, September 14 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

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Location: B407


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Title: Combatting Insider Threats in Election Infrastructure

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Individuals entrusted with access to election infrastructure represent potential risks to the confidentiality, integrity and availability of election systems and information. Across all critical infrastructure sectors and in virtually every organizational setting, trusted insiders — including current and former employees, volunteers, third-party vendors and other individuals with access — have the potential to commit intentional or unintentional harm.

This session examines how election officials and their private sector partners combat insider threats, drawing on the experience of current and former election officials.         

  • Speakers will demonstrate how election infrastructure stakeholders can implement an insider threat mitigation program.     
  • Speakers will demonstrate how insider threat mitigation fits into broader cybersecurity and physical security risk management efforts in the election infrastructure sector.     

Type: All Access Education


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