CISA and Partners Coordinate on Security and Resilience for Super Tuesday 

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CISA and Partners Coordinate on Security and Resilience for Super Tuesday 


WASHINGTON – Tomorrow, Super Tuesday, is one of the largest national-level election days of the year. Primary elections and caucuses are taking place across a number of states and one U.S. territory. As the federal agency responsible for supporting the efforts of state and local election officials to secure election infrastructure, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will host an Election Operations Center on Tuesday. This Elections Operations Center brings together federal, state and local election officials, and the private sector to share real-time threat information to election security. As always, CISA stands ready to provide technical security support to the election infrastructure community. 

“While millions of Americans head to the polls for Super Tuesday, election officials have been preparing all year round to ensure a safe and secure election, and CISA has been right there supporting them,” said CISA Director Jen Easterly. “I want to express my gratitude for the state and local election officials and thousands of poll workers supporting elections across the country. They are public servants and heroes, and CISA is proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with them. It’s because of their efforts that the American people can have confidence in the security and resilience of the 2024 elections.” 

Elections are administered at the state and local levels. CISA coordinates across the federal government and with the private sector to help ensure whole-of-nation support to those officials. CISA encourages all Americans to turn to their state and local election officials as the trusted sources of information about the election process in their state and for official election results. 

For more information on CISA’s election security efforts, visit CISA.gov/Protect2024. 

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As the nation’s cyber defense agency and national coordinator for critical infrastructure security, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency leads the national effort to understand, manage, and reduce risk to the digital and physical infrastructure Americans rely on every hour of every day.

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