Ready for 2024: How Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure Can Boost Election Integrity and Public Perception

With the 2024 election right around the corner, security and integrity are on your constituents’ minds. HackerOne convened a panel of cybersecurity and election integrity subject-matter experts to give leaders insight into new best practices in coordinated vulnerability disclosure (CVD).  
During this webinar, we reviewed the success of a recent hacker challenge conducted by the Election Security Research Forum and leading voting technology providers—and how you can leverage the findings to improve your security stance. We also discussed the intersection of IT infrastructure and cybersecurity, and how CVD can help you improve your internal processes while building trust with your constituents.

Download the on-demand recording to learn:

  • How to build trust and confidence through coordinated vulnerability disclosure
  • How security researchers (aka ethical hackers) can add a critical layer of defense to your IT and election security processes
  • Ways you can bring CVD best practices into your own infrastructure

Speaker and Presenter Information

Trevor Timmons, Chief Technology Officer, The Elections Group

Kayla Underkoffler, Lead Security Technologist, HackerOne


Ilona Cohen, Chief Legal and Policy Officer, HackerOne


Alex Rice, CTO and Co-founder, HackerOne

Relevant Government Agencies

Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government



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Event Sponsors

HackerOne Government Team at Carahsoft

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