“Better Safe Than Sorry: How Election Officials Can Plan Ahead to Protect the Vote in the Face of a Cyberattack”

New Brennan Center report:

Cyberattacks pose a growing threat to our election infrastructure, and while efforts to prevent these attacks are critical, it is as important to ensure preparations are in place to quickly and effectively recover if those efforts are unsuccessful. This toolkit is designed to help officials, advocates, and policy makers devise a strong contingency plan that will ensure eligible voters are able to exercise their right to vote and have those votes accurately counted.

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