Cybersecurity has always been a sensitive topic in the country.
But with a new round of elections expected later this year, it is clear that this is not the case.
In order to make sure the next round of election results is as fair and transparent as possible, the US is now pushing a cybersecurity bill that could see the country’s political landscape changed in a dramatic way.
As part of the bill, a cybersecurity analyst would be hired to monitor all election-related activities, including social media and email accounts.
This would allow the cyber security agency to assess the extent of election fraud and vote rigging.
It would also be possible for cyber security professionals to report incidents of hacking, but only after the election is over.
This new law is set to be introduced on March 18th, and the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) is expected to pass the US House of Representatives as well.
Cybersecurity analyst will be hired The cybersecurity company Pinkerton Security (PSS) has put together an interactive tool that will allow you to check the extent to which a cyber security firm has been monitoring election-day activities.
PSS has also put together a survey tool to provide more information about the security measures being taken by various election agencies.
It will be interesting to see how this bill will affect election-week activities and what the impact of it will be on US political life.
Pinkerton has been a security firm since 2006 and is now part of a private cybersecurity company.
Pss is working on an app called Secure Access, which aims to allow individuals and businesses to share data securely between companies and the government.
Piss is also working on a cybersecurity tool called Smartmatic, which allows companies to monitor and assess election activity.
Both products will be available on the App Store as soon as March 19.
It is expected that the US government will introduce similar legislation in the coming months.