Center for Internet Security

K-12 cyber maturity improving, but still lags behind other sectors

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A report from the Center for Internet Security found that K-12 schools are getting better at identity management, but still have a long way to go in improving their cyber postures.

The Election Infrastructure-ISAC wants to 'reintroduce' itself

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The four-year-old election-security organization's director wants to remind its thousands of members of the services it offers.

MS-ISAC gets $11 million boost from federal spending bill

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The cybersecurity support center for state and local governments plans to use the additional funds to expand its technical services.

State, local governments gain new way to protect network endpoints

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The Center for Internet Security said it's partnering with CrowdStrike to offer a suite of endpoint security tools to state and local governments.

How states can build a defense-in-depth cybersecurity strategy

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Josh Moulin, senior vice president at CIS discusses key partnerships and federal funded programs states can lean on modernize their security posture.

Arizona ballot review undermined election security, new EI-ISAC leaders say

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Former Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar said the Maricopa County recount is "the very opposite of what election officials around the country have been working to do."

New Connecticut law nudges businesses to adopt cybersecurity controls

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Companies that suffer data breaches can avoid punitive damages if they're following an established cybersecurity framework, like those from NIST or CIS.

Seven ways to modernize a cyber defense program

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A new industry guide highlights key capabilities that state agencies can implement to strengthen their cyber defense strategy.

New guide on election system supply chains aids risk evaluations

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A new report from the Center for Internet Security breaks down the components of various election systems and highlights their potential vulnerabilities to cyberattacks.

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