Scytl Offers Insights at Council of Europe Meeting

Jordi Puiggalí, Scytl’s SVP of Research and Security, was recently invited to share his insights on how the COVID-19 pandemic reflects on the need for new digital technologies in electoral processes during an informal meeting with the 47 member states of the Council of Europe. The exchange of ideas was held to explore the role of civil society organizations in electoral processes, particularly within the COVID-19 context.

Jordi discussed the advantages of online voting technology, and what security measures are necessary to protect election integrity. The concluding remarks from the Council’s delegations noted that the pandemic has acted as a catalyst for the adoption of electoral technology and online voting solutions, you can read them in full here.

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