CyberSecurity Advisors

CyberSecurity is not a one-time exercise;  it’s a new way of managing elections. Our goal is to help you, the election official, ensure the integrity of your election systems and processes. From initial awareness to ongoing monitoring, our end-to-end CyberSecurity programs are based on Department of Homeland Security best practices and are consistent with Congressional and Election Assistance Commission (EAC) directives.

Your Cybersecurity Advisors   

Inclusion Solutions, along with our security partners, are your trusted advisors working with your elections staff to ensure you have a solid plan of action.

Improve Cybersecurity in 3 Easy Steps!

1. Cyber=SECURE: Assess and Strengthen your Existing Election Infrastructure

Step one is to create a detailed understanding of your election process and environment. Based on the DHS Cybersecurity standards and the NIST 800 Framework, a gap and risk analysis is generated. Finally, mitigation actions are taken to strengthen your physical and digital infrastructure.

2. Cyber=TRAIN: Awareness and Education

Step two focuses on the human element of your election infrastructure. Educating your staff on day-to-day security best practices, teaching your vendors better security practices and training your poll workers for election day security; all for the purpose of building public trust in the integrity of the election process.

3. Cyber=MONITOR:DHS Vulnerability Scanning

Step three provides ongoing monitoring, awareness and response mitigation to ongoing security threats. This includes working with appropriate DHS programs and maturing the risk management of your elections.

 

Confidence in the Inclusion Solutions Standard

You’ve come to know us as your team for ADA compliance, voting booths, election supplies, and grant solutions for EAC and HAVA funds. Our new Cybersecurity Programs are designed to provide you with the same expert advice and services.

 

For more information, contact:

Scott Madlener

(847) 869-2500

 

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