As the U.S. participated in the historic 2016 presidential election, the Department of Homeland Security worked to guard against potential Election Day cyber threats. On large Activu-powered video walls in a Department of Homeland Security facility, members of several federal agencies watched out for potential cyberattacks throughout the country. Any cyber-related disturbance was flagged instantaneously. Watch the video to hear the all the details about how the center, which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, monitored cyber threats on Election Day.

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Vis/ability makes any information visible, collaborative, and proactive for people tasked with monitoring critical operations. Users of the platform see, share, and respond to events in real time, with context, to improve incident response, decision-making, and management. Activu software, solutions, and services benefit the daily lives of billions of people around the globe. Founded in 1983 as the first U.S.-based company to develop command center visualization technology, more than 1,300 control rooms depend on Activu.