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CISA Official Offers Cyber Updates During Presidential Primary Elections

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A senior official at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said CISA did not receive reports of any malicious cyber activity seeking to disrupt the 2020 presidential primary elections in 14 states, The Hill reported Tuesday.

The same official at the Department of Homeland Security’s CISA noted that the agency had observed “low level” and “constant” misinformation on social media but did not see an increase in such activity related to Super Tuesday.

The official added that all election systems resumed normal operations amid some reports of “sporadic” information technology concerns.