Electronic Voting Machines
Researchers and advanced graduate students in information technology discussed electronic voting security. They spoke about a variety… read more
Researchers and advanced graduate students in information technology discussed electronic voting security. They spoke about a variety of electronic voting systems, the methods used to ensure ballot security, the technical issues involved, and potential areas of concern. The panel also addressed voter confidence in the security of electronic voting systems. Following their remarks, panelists responded to questions from members of the audience. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Lance J. Hoffman Distinguished Research Professor George Washington University->School of Engineering and Applied Science
- Ben Hosp Student George Washington University
- Michael Kerr Director Information Technology Assn. of America->Enterprise Solutions
- Kim Lawson-Jenkins Graduate Student George Washington University->Computer Science Department
- Adam Stubblefield Graduate Student Johns Hopkins University->Information Security Institute
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