Election Security

War on Pineapple

This infographic, with a tongue-in-cheek approach to putting pineapple on pizza, looks at how foreign adversaries conduct malign information operations to inflame hot button issues in the United States.

Stop Disinformation Products

A set of infographics that provides an overview of mis-, dis-, and malinformation and five ways in which individuals can help to stop the foreign influence operations: recognizing the risk, questioning the source, investigating the issue, thinking before you link, and talking to your circle.

MDM Resource Library

The Mis, Dis, Malinformation (MDM) Resource Library library provides voluntary resources that individuals; SLTT governments; the private sector; academia; and others can use to understand the threat of malicious information activities and includes actions to mitigate associated risks from MDM and foreign influence activities.

CISA Receives 2021 Public Integrity Award from American Society for Public Administration

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has been selected as a recipient of the American Society for Public Administration’s 2021 Public Integrity Award.  CISA is being recognized at ASPA’s annual conference today for its work to secure the 2020 election, combat disinformation, and speak truth to power. 
Last Published Date: April 14, 2021

CISA 2020 Year in Review

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) leads the nation’s effort to understand and manage cyber and physical risk to our critical infrastructure. Our 2020 Year in Review displays key examples of CISA’s work to carry out its mission in 2020, including milestones and accomplishments as the Agency advanced strategic priorities to maintain a secure and resilient infrastructure for the nation.   

Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council Holds Winter Meeting to Discuss Path Forward on Election Security and Resilience

The Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC) held its winter meeting virtually the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, to discuss lessons learned from the 2020 election and ways to improve coordination between the federal government and state and local election officials.
Last Published Date: February 22, 2021