CISA election security leader says agency will work with 'whoever is elected'
Amid a continued focus on insider threats, Kim Wyman, CISA's election security senior adviser said the agency has to work with whoever voters elect.
Deputy clerk charged in Colorado election-breach case pleads guilty, will testify against boss
Belinda Knisely, deputy to Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, admitted to her role in a breach that's highlighted insider threats against elections.
Former Cleveland utility employee pleads guilty to installing keyloggers at work
A former employee of Cleveland Public Power admitted to lying to the FBI about installing physical keyloggers on two restricted computers.
Secretaries of State prepare for insider threats in elections
On the Priorities podcast, Secretaries of State from Colorado and Ohio say insider threats are a growing concern ahead of the 2022 elections.
Insider threats a growing concern for election security efforts
Recent breaches of election equipment represent insider threats "in ways we haven’t seen before," said CISA's top election-security official.