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10/19/2022
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Just 25% of election offices have moved to .gov websites

A report published Wednesday found that just one in four local election offices have moved their websites to the federally administered .gov domain, even as the Department of Homeland Security, which manages the top-level domain, has made site registrations free. Of more than 7,000 sites reviewed, just 1,747 ended in .gov, even as federal officials continue to warn of attempts to disrupt elections and voters by creating fake sites filled with disinformation. Benjamin Freed has more.


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Many public safety agencies still not ready for cyberattacks

There’s widespread concern among U.S. public safety personnel that their organizations aren’t equipped to defend against cyberattacks, according to a new survey of first responders across the U.S. Overall, less than 50% of all respondents said their agencies are “at least somewhat prepared in case of a cyberattack,” according to Verizon's Frontline Public Safety Communications Survey. Colin Wood reports.


NASCIO shuffles the board

NASCIO announced Tuesday that Tennessee CIO Stephanie Dedmon will serve as the group’s president for the next year. Dedmon formally handed over the mantle last week during NASCIO’s annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky, succeeding Michael Leahy. The group also named several new members to its executive committee. Read more.


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Modernizing password and secrets management to strengthen zero-trust posture

“More than 80% of the time when there's a data breach, it's a result of weak passwords or stolen passwords, credentials and secrets,” says Darren Guccione, CEO and Co-Founder for Keeper Security in a recent interview. He discusses the organization’s recent FedRAMP authorization for a modern password manager and secure digital vault that is helping over 100 government and public sector organizations improve their risk posture and defend against sophisticated cyberattacks. Hear more from Guccione.


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