Supervisor of Elections, Mike Hogan, Shares Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Advisory
JACKSONVILLE – Duval County Supervisor of Elections, Mike Hogan, wants to inform Duval County voters of a June 3, 2022, advisory issued by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) (see attached). CISA is a federal agency focused on reducing risk in the nation’s cybersecurity infrastructure, and it operates under the Department of Homeland Security.
The June 3, 2022, CISA advisory said Florida is “well ahead of the nation on election cybersecurity.”
Additionally, the CISA report focuses attention on voting vulnerabilities and equipment not used in nor certified for use in Florida. The report specifically mentions the Dominion Voting Systems Democracy Suite ImageCast X system, which is not used in Duval County or in Florida.
“We have been and remain committed to providing honest, fair, accurate, and accessible elections with transparency and integrity to all eligible voters in Duval County,” Hogan said. “Additionally, our voting systems have been and remain secure due to numerous standards and procedures we follow.”
The Florida Secretary of State, Cord Byrd, and the Florida Supervisors of Elections (FSE) express their confidence in our state’s election systems by reassuring voters that Florida’s voting systems have been and continue to be secure.
For more information on the CISA advisory, Florida election law, other election-related inquiries, please call Greg Clark, Director of Community Outreach & Events, at 904-255-3422 or email him at email@example.com