This on-line course offers Canadian Democratic Institutions the tools and knowledge needed to make educated decisions about securing their IT infrastructure. It also provides an overview of the threat landscape relevant to Canada’s democratic process and introduces mitigation activities to protect election events. Given that the democratic institutions workforce is largely transient and volunteer based in nature, it will also help them to become more knowledgeable on cyber security to increase assurance of secure election implementations and the integrity of election results.
Provide an overview of the threat landscape and cyber security activities relevant to Canadian Democratic Elections
- Module 1 - The current risk landscape
- Module 2 - ITSG-33: Risk management framework
- Module 3 - Protect voter systems
- Module 4 - Protect your networks
- Module 5 - Protect your people
- Module 6 - Incident response
- Module 7 - Leverage partnerships and intelligence sharing
The objective of this course is to provide an overview of threat landscape and cyber security activities relevant to Canadian Election.
This course supports the CCCS goal to provide Canadian Democratic Institutions with the tools and knowledge they need to make educated decisions about IT Infrastructure security.