USC Election Cybersecurity Initiative Nevada Workshop
About this Event
Campaigns, policymakers, thought-leaders and concerned citizens alike need objective, factual tools and information to help them secure campaigns and elections. The USC Election Cybersecurity Initiative is a brand new non-partisan independent project, supported by Google, to help protect campaigns and elections from cyber attacks.
Join us on Tuesday, February 25th, for a day-long training session, designed to help protect campaigns and elections in this critical election year.
Who should attend?
Anyone who touches campaigns and elections, including but not limited to candidates, campaign workers, political parties and state and local election workers. Designed for general audiences and technical specialists alike, topic modules will be led by election and cybersecurity experts from the public, private, research, and academic sectors.
Each program will address three topics:
- Disinformation and misinformation
- Crisis communication
8:30AM - Doors Open, Continental Breakfast Served
9:00AM - Opening Remarks
9:30AM - Cybersafety Presentation
10:30AM - Misinformation and Disinformation Presentation
12:00PM - Lunch Keynote
1:00PM - Thought Leadership Panel
2:00PM - Crisis Communication Presentation
USC's Election Cybersecurity Initiative is a non-partisan, independent project to help protect campaigns and elections. Supported by Google, we will be on the ground in all 50 states presenting day-long forums showcasing best practices and up-to-date information about election cybersecurity.
For more information, visit us at electionsecurity.usc.edu.
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