In the months leading to the Aug. 2 general election, the Cheatham County Election Commission announced its enrollment in a national cybersecurity notification program.
The new partnership between the election commission and the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center offers cybersecurity features to track possible threats, respond to incidents and other tools to enhance security, according to a release from the election commission. The decision to utilize the technology stems from a recommendation by the Division of Elections of the Secretary of State’s office.
The Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center is part of the Center for Internet Security Inc.
Cheatham County Administrator of Elections Pam Frejosky said the majority of Tennessee counties have already registered in the national