Real-World Electronic Voting: Design, Analysis and Deployment

Feng Hao, Peter Y. A. Ryan

December 13, 2016 by Auerbach Publications
Reference - 461 Pages - 8 Color & 32 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781498714693 - CAT# K25304
Series: Series in Security, Privacy and Trust

USD$119.95

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Features

  • Reviews both technical and social aspects of e-voting
  • Covers e-voting protocols, attacks reported on e-voting and new developments on the use of e-voting
  • Designed for government election practitioners and policy makers who want to understand the threats and opportunities in e-voting and assess its suitability for future elections

Summary

Real-World Electronic Voting: Design, Analysis and Deployment captures all major developments in electronic voting since 2003 in a real-world setting. It covers three broad categories: e-voting protocols, attacks reported on e-voting and new developments on the use of e-voting.

This book explores recent innovations in both poll-site and remote voting systems and their application throughout the world. The requirements of elections are analysed, the available tools and technologies are described, and a variety of modern systems are presented in detail together with discussions of deployments. This is an invaluable resource for election professionals, researchers and policy makers alike.

 Key Features:

  • Reviews both technical and social aspects of e-voting
  • Covers e-voting protocols, attacks reported on e-voting and new developments on the use of e-voting
  • Designed for government election practitioners and policy makers who want to understand the threats and opportunities in e-voting and assess its suitability for future elections