Elections Cybersecurity (From a Legislative Perspective)


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Thursday, March 18, 2021 

Here’s the good news: 2020’s election saw no known cyberattacks. Here’s the bad news: The future could be—is likely to be—a different story. Find out what are the threats and what are steps lawmakers can take to protect the very core of our democracy. Learn from experts at the University of Southern California’s Election Cybersecurity Initiative, where the catch phrase is, “Our Candidate is Democracy.”



  • Wendy Underhill, director, Elections and Redistricting, NCSL
  • B. Clifford Neuman, associate professor of computer science practice, University of Southern California
  • Adam Clayton Powell III, senior fellow, executive director, USC Election Security Initiative