Convincing the Loser: Securing Elections against Modern Threats

Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - 10:00 am10:30 am

Ben Adida, VotingWorks

Abstract: 

What does it take to build a secure voting system that people actually use? Because a democracy is only as vibrant as its citizens are involved, this talk will arm the audience with the latest answers we have to that question, including what's settled, what's not serious, and what's still being debated.

Ben Adida, VotingWorks

Ben Adida is CEO of VotingWorks, a non-profit building secure and affordable voting machines. His passion is using technology to empower individuals and level the playing field. Ben has extensive experience leading product & engineering teams designing voting, identity, payment, and health IT systems. Ben holds a PhD, Masters, and Bachelors in Computer Science from MIT. He sits on the Board of Creative Commons.

BibTeX
@conference {226359,
author = {Ben Adida},
title = {Convincing the Loser: Securing Elections against Modern Threats},
year = {2019},
address = {Burlingame, CA},
publisher = {{USENIX} Association},
month = jan,
}

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