cyber attacks

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose is ordering county elections officials to be on guard for the possibility of a cyber attack from Iran after entities have seen an increase in suspicious cyber activity around the country.

The Ohio National Guard Cyber Mission Assurance Team (CMAT) conducts network assessments during exercise week of Cyber Shield 19, at Camp Atterbury, Indiana on April 16, 2019.
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Gov. Mike DeWine has signed a bill aimed at enhancing Ohio's resilience to cyberattacks, including those aimed at its election systems.

The Ohio House last week approved the creation of a civilian force of ‘cyber-warriors.’

The bill is now headed back to the Senate for a final vote to establish the Ohio Cyber Reserve.

Tech Tuesday: Election Cyber Security And More

Apr 23, 2019
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The Mueller report detailed the Trump administration’s handling of the investigation into his office and potential obstruction of justice.

It also offered insights into the hack of a Florida county government during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The hack highlights the vulnerability of election systems to cyber-attacks.

Today on Tech Tuesday, elections and cyber security, Google Earth, and more.

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