Cybersecurity firm into US Election 2020 Protection Service


Cybersecurity firm GroupSense has announced that it is offering a free election protection service to help federal organizations monitor, alert, and thwart cyber threats that attempt to influence the 2020 US Presidential Elections.

The Election Threat Protection service offered by GroupSense does Readiness Assessment by tracking down threats, adversaries, and vulnerabilities involved in election procedure and help the election architecture to prepare well for pre-election activity by tracking down threat actors. It also includes any kind of threat detection during the election procedure scheduled to be held on November 3 2020.

The Ballston based Cybersecurity firm will also indulge in protecting the post-election data like documenting behavior of threat actors while announcing the results and seeing that the procedural activity is intact with any infiltrations or malware intrusions.

“As the election day is around the corner, there is very little time for the city and state governments to take preventive action to protect the sanctity of the election procedure”, said Kurtis Minder, Co-Founder and CEO of GroupSense.

As GroupSense has a long history to protect the data and IT infrastructure of the state governments and municipalities, the company is ready to make the same protections available to a broader range of federal services added Mr. Minder.

Note- The 2020 United States Presidential Elections are scheduled for Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 and Donald Trump and Joe Biden are contesting as Republican and Democratic candidates on a respective note.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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