Cybersecurity Campaign Playbook

Defending Digital Democracy Project November 2017

A guide for campaigns to defend themselves against cyber attack. 

Securing Digital Democracy: Online (free) Course

Taught by Michigan Computer Science Professor J Alex Halderman Online (free) Course on Coursera

Gives a great overview of the potential challenges in securing elections, gives both a historical perspective on the issue and an update into the recent history. 

DEFCON 25 Voting Machine Hacking Village Report on Cyber Vulnerabilities in U.S. Election Equipment, Databases, and Infrastructure

Matt Blaze, University of Pennsylvania, Jake Braun, University of Chicago & Cambridge Global Advisors, Harri Hursti, Nordic Innovation Labs, Joseph Lorenzo Hall, Center for Democracy & Technology, Margaret MacAlpine, Nordic Innovation Labs, Jeff Moss, DEFCON

Verified Voting  September 2017

U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Russian Interference in the 2016 U.S. Elections

Expert Testimony by J. Alex Halderman, Professor of Computer Science, University of Michigan June 21, 2017

Full List of All Gov’t Docs in US Response to Russian Election Hacking–with summaries

December 29, 2016  Just Security

Senators Collins & Heinrich Unveil Bipartisan Legislation to Protect U.S. Election Systems from Foreign Interference

Oct 31, 2017 Office of Susan Collins 

How to Protect Election Infrastructure from Hostile Foreign Powers:

Congress Should Immediately Act In Light Of 2016 Russian Cyberattacks

Lawrence NordenIan Vandewalker Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law  June 29, 2017

Comprehensive review of the case for action to improve the security of US election Systems.

Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections: The Analytic Process and Cyber Incident Attribution

National Intelligence Council, January 6, 2017


THE BUSINESS OF VOTING: Market Structure and Innovation in the Election Technology Industry

Lorin Hitt, PhD, the Zhang Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania May 2016