Book — 1 online resource (xii, 188 pages) : illustrations Digital: text file; PDF.
Overview on Remote Electronic Voting.- The Development of Remote E-Voting Around the World: A Review of Roads and Directions.- Remote Voting Schemes: A Comparative Analysis.- Internet-Voting: Opportunity or Threat for Democracy?.- Evaluation of Electronic Voting Systems.- Assessing Procedural Risks and Threats in e-Voting: Challenges and an Approach.- Compliance of RIES to the Proposed e-Voting Protection Profile.- Compliance of POLYAS with the BSI Protection Profile - Basic Requirements for Remote Electronic Voting Systems.- Electronic Voting in Different Countries.- Electronic Voting in Belgium: Past and Future.- The Digital Voting Pen at the Hamburg Elections
2008: Electronic Voting Closest to Conventional Voting.- The Security Analysis of e-Voting in Japan.- E-Voting and Trust.- Bingo Voting: Secure and Coercion-Free Voting Using a Trusted Random Number Generator.- Enhancing the Trust and Perceived Security in e-Cognocracy.- Improvements/Extensions of Existing Approaches.- Simulation-Based Analysis of E2E Voting Systems.- A Simple Technique for Safely Using Punchscan and Pret a Voter in Mail-In Elections.- Threat Analysis of a Practical Voting Scheme with Receipts.- Code Voting.- Secure Internet Voting with Code Sheets.- CodeVoting Protection Against Automatic Vote Manipulation in an Uncontrolled Environment.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Of interest to both researchers and professionals, this book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the first International Conference on E-Voting and Identity, VOTE-ID 2007, held in Germany in 2007. The 16 revised full papers here were reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are organized in sections that include, among many others, remote electronic voting, evaluation of electronic voting systems, and electronic voting in different countries. (source: Nielsen Book Data)