Election Security Services
CISA's services are available at no cost to state and local government officials and private sector election infrastructure partners. All services are available upon request and are strictly voluntary; CISA only provides services when requested and does not disclose with which stakeholders it works.
Key areas of our services are included in the links below:
- Cybersecurity Assessments, such as Cyber Hygiene Vulnerability Scanning and Cyber Resilience Reviews.
- Detection and Prevention, such as Cyber Threat Hunting and Enhanced Cyber Services.
- Exercises, such as tabletops, providing stakeholders with mechanisms to examine plans and procedures, identifying areas for improvement, sharing best practices, and enhancing preparedness against threats to election infrastructure, including cyber incidents and physical threats such as civil unrest or threats to election officials.
- Incident Response, provides 24/7 intrusion analysis in response to cyber incidents.
- Information Sharing and Awareness, such as the National Cyber Awareness System alerts and advisories, and the Homeland Security Information Network portal.
- Regional Directors, Cybersecurity Advisors, and Protective Security Advisors are regionally located personnel who offer state and local governments, as well as private sector partners, immediate and sustained assistance, coordination, and outreach to prepare for and protect from cyber and physical threats.
- Training and Career Development, including CISA’s election security trainings, and National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies Catalog.