Election Security and Cryptography Takes Center Stage SECRYPT 2016

Sep 8, 2016

With the constant increase in online voting in public and private elections, interest in the security and cryptography being used in the elections interest continues to grow amongst security experts. During the 13th International Conference on Security and Cryptography (SECRYPT 2016), Scytl´s R&D team of experts presented “Transitioning to a Javascript Voting Client for Remote Online Voting” covering the application of Scytl online voting security protocols and best practices as they relate to online voting, data protection, privacy, security, and cryptography and the leverage of Javascript on voting clients for improved voter performance and user experience.

Access to the full paper published by Scytl (Jordi Cucurull, Sandra Guasch) and the University of Birmingham (David Galindo) can be accessed here.

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