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Security implications of online voting

17
Jun
2016
Security implications of online voting

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With essentially everything moving online, it would seem to be the natural progression that voting online or on your mobile device would be the next thing to happen. Not only would it be more convenient for the voter, but it would greatly reduce the travel costs. The question is, are we technologically mature enough and can we count on today’s security infrastructure to protect our vote?

In our industry, security professionals will often ask people what computers are the most secure. The joking answer is “computers that are not connected to a network, not powered on, and, ideally, not working at all.”

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