Jordi Puiggali, VP of R&D at Scytl, presented the latest developments in advanced cryptography for bringing transparency to e-voting in the TED Science event organized in Barcelona. The presentation is currently available in the TED organizers website. TED is an event where some of the most important thinkers and entrepreneurs of the world are invited to share their knowledge and passion. In this event, Jordi Puiggali explained how the new trends in advanced cryptography can help make the election process more open and auditable for voters, observers and independent auditors. The ideas presented at the conference are currently implemented by Scytl in the Norwegian government electronic voting platform currently used in its country elections.