Last week, I took a deep dive on U.S. election-related topics, including the government’s response to potential cyber threats, the issue of malspam during the election, and whether or not nation-state attacks had a meaningful impact on the election.
Here are the five key lessons learned from all of this.
It’s not always DDoS.
While many other countries experienced DDoS attacks during their election processes in 2020, the United States did not suffer from any major service outages due to Denial of Service attacks. At least none that were publicly reported.