- Based on scientific peer review system
- Provides source to qualified individuals for comment period
- Allows for open dialogue, as well as allowing vendors to improve system based on input
- Provides maximum transparency, while maintaining source control code
- Voluntary participation in the National Cybersecurity Assessment
- Cyber Hygiene Vulnerability Scan
- Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
- Unisyn is the first vendor to supply an “end-to-end” voting system to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to perform extensive vulnerability and penetration testing on voting systems. (Click here to read CISA Director Krebs letter to Unisyn.)
In July of 2018, Unisyn became the first DHS election industry partner to undergo this testing. During the National Cyber Assessments and Technical Services (NCATS) Product Cybersecurity Assessment, a cybersecurity research team from Idaho National Labs (INL) performed a cybersecurity assessment of the Unisyn election system that was completed on October 31, 2018. The purpose of the assessment was to understand the functionality of the system in relation to the current cybersecurity risk assessments, and make recommendations to address these items in the interest of protecting the critical infrastructure controlled by Unisyn election systems from a cyber or physical attack. The test protocol was based on a set of assessment targets developed in conjunction with Unisyn and DHS program personnel.
- In 2019, Unisyn is scheduled to complete a scan of our internal network; undergo a Phishing Campaign Assessment, and have Albert Sensors placed on our network.
- In 2019, Unisyn also intends to provide cybersecurity training and certifications for all dealers nationwide