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Secure Electronic Voting

Gritzalis, Dimitris A.

2003, XIV, 223 p.

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Secure Electronic Voting is an edited volume, which includes chapters authored by leading experts in the field of security and voting systems. The chapters identify and describe the given capabilities and the strong limitations, as well as the current trends and future perspectives of electronic voting technologies, with emphasis in security and privacy. Secure Electronic Voting includes state-of-the-art material on existing and emerging electronic and Internet voting technologies, which may eventually lead to the development of adequately secure e-voting systems. This book also includes an overview of the legal framework with respect to voting, a description of the user requirements for the development of a secure e-voting system, and a discussion on the relevant technical and social concerns. Secure Electronic Voting includes, also, three case studies on the use and evaluation of e-voting systems in three different real world environments.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Internet - computer - computer science - evaluation - network - privacy - security - technology - verification

Related subjects » Communication Networks - General Issues - Software Engineering - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Contributing Authors. Preface. Part I: Setting the Scene. 1. Evaluation of voting technologies; D. Jones. 2. In search of the perfect voting technology: No easy answers; L.F. Cranor. 3. Verification for electronic balloting systems; R. Mercuri, P. Neumann. 4. Electronic voting: Constitutional and legal requirements, and their technical implications; L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, S. Katsikas, G. Quirchmayr. Part II: Trends and Perspectives. 5. Towards secure and practical e-elections in the new era; M. Burmester, E. Magkos. 6. The theory and implementation of electronic voting systems; I. Damgård, J. Groth, G. Salomonsen. 7. Secure electronic voting: The current landscape; C. Lambrinoudakis, D. Gritzalis, V. Tsoumas, M. Karyda, S. Ikonomopoulos. Part III: Capabilities and Limitations. 8. Public confidence and auditability in voting systems; R. Saltman. 9. Robust verifiable non-interactive zero-sharing: A plug-in utility for enhanced voters' privacy; A. Kiayias, M. Yung. 10. Issues, non-issues, and cryptographic tools for Internet-based voting; R. Peralta. 11. Private, secure and auditable Internet voting; E. Gerck. 12. Remote voting via the Internet? The Canton of Geneva pilot project; A. Trechsel, F. Mendez, R. Kies. 13. e-vote and PKI's: A need, a bliss, or a curse? D. Bruschi, G. Poletti, E. Rosti. 14. Untraceable electronic mail, return addresses, and digital pseudonyms; D. Chaum. Index.

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