Multiple U.S. intelligence agency assessments have concluded that a foreign nation state sought to interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential election. In response, the U.S. Election Assistance Commission released non-competitive grant funding to help states and U.S. territories raise the cybersecurity of their Election Critical Infrastructure.
Gaining visibility into the security posture of Election Infrastructure is often difficult, even for smaller municipalities. States and municipalities need a prescriptive solution that will help them ramp up security visibility quickly.
Splunk is helping states address these challenges by providing a vendor agnostic package of analytics and visualizations, built on Splunk Enterprise and driven by machine learning. These capabilities enable quick-start operationalization of data analysis related to election assets, systems, and networks.
Watch this webinar on demand to learn how Splunk’s Election Security Analytics solution can help your organization:
- Establish a consolidated, vendor agnostic view across election assets, systems, and networks from a single screen
- Leverage applied machine learning for analytic baselining of activity across the election environment and identify anomalies that may indicate threat activity
- Drive prioritization of patching and mitigation through near, real-time insights into system vulnerabilities and exposures
- Gain the skills necessary to effectively leverage these new capabilities to detect threats and improve the security of Election Infrastructure