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Towards the impact of the operational environment on the security of e-voting

Axel Schmidt, Melanie Volkamer, Lucie Langer, Johannes Buchmann
2009
So far the security of e-voting was focused on secure e-voting protocols. We show that the security of electronic elections requires a secure operational environment as well.  ...  Our findings provide a basis for the design and evaluation of a secure operational environment for e-voting. Security requirements for e-voting have been defined in several catalogues.  ...  Related Work To our knowledge, the security of operational environments for e-voting and its impact on the security of electronic elections has not been considered in depth so far.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000081832 fatcat:p64duluid5e2rkbmh4luz64m4u

An Empirical Evaluation of Legislative Reforms for E-Corporate Governance in Indian Companies

J. P Sharma, Sunaina Kanojia, Shasta Gupta
2018 Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal  
For electronic voting, level of ease, no risk of security and no issue of e-votes being less informed have turned out to be the significant variables for the shareholders.  ...  For electronic voting, level of ease, no risk of security and no issue of e-votes being less informed have turned out to be the significant variables for the shareholders.  ...  Impact of electronic delivery on the environment has no significant impact on the preference of shareholders for the electronic mode.  ... 
doi:10.14453/aabfj.v12i2.3 fatcat:mz4wsbwzfjc45k5aekkl46pjlq

A Knowledge-oriented Approach to Security Requirements for an E-Voting System

P. Salini, S. Kanmani
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The knowledge acquired through the process of eliciting and analyzing secure E-Voting System is represented in the form of UML models; which can be made available to future developers and the dependency  ...  In this paper we present a set of security requirements and security requirements patterns that were developed based on the aforementioned approach.  ...  with voter identity; the vote is secret; each vote is recorded as intended, system cannot be re-configured during operation and operator with records of good behavior; are critical factors towards achieving  ... 
doi:10.5120/7671-0953 fatcat:hszj3jtfrfhzvgvuclvtz5ahba

Idiosyncratic Viral Loss Theory: Systemic Operational Losses in Banks

Sophia Beckett Velez
2021 Journal of Risk and Financial Management  
Through the use of a qualitative e-Delphi study, 10 banking finance experts were convened to build consensus on effective risk management practices.  ...  A systemic risk event that leads to significant losses in a bank holding company (BHC) can expose them to become insolvent and cause significant volatility and unpredictable negative impact on the United  ...  The operational environment can be an incubator for systemic viral losses to breathe and exponentially spread based on the nature of the control environment.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jrfm14020082 fatcat:24slxusdqrdnfkl4moqjrfiwk4

The Internet of Things: Utopia or Dystopia?

Francine Berman
2020 Zenodo  
Slides used as part of the opening keynote address to the International Digital Curation Conference 2020 in Croke Park, Dublin.  ...  Congestion mitigation Increased mobility Transportation in 2050 -Social and environmental impacts Environmental Impacts • Land-use • Parking • E-waste 21 Public impacts • Urban / suburban  ...  Social frameworks needed: • IoT "Bill of (human) rights" and (data) protections • be good for the environment • Promote sustainability • Minimize e-waste • Avoid depletion of rare materials Success measure  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3688658 fatcat:w2onzjhhb5hzzixfhngnp2xku4

Dependable and Secure Voting Mechanism in Edge Computing

Pedro A.R.S. Costa, Marko Beko
2019 Future Internet  
Moreover, the concept of the distributed edge cloud raises several interesting open issues, e.g., failure recovery and security.  ...  Moreover, we present a voting mechanism that leverages the edge network to validate the performed computation that occurred in the centralized environment.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi11120262 fatcat:wlkoyadsvfcxjmfkakykyhuvg4

Securing e-Government and e-Voting with an open cloud computing architecture

Dimitrios Zissis, Dimitrios Lekkas
2011 Government Information Quarterly  
The idea, the concept, and the term, that is cloud computing, has recently passed into common currency and the academic lexicon in an ambiguous manner, as cloud dust is being sprinkled on an excess of  ...  From an Information and Communication Security perspective, a structured analysis is adopted to identify vulnerabilities, involved in the digitalization of government transactions and the electoral process  ...  The importance of enabling secure e-Voting An abundance of global initiatives are focusing on increasing citizen-government collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.giq.2010.05.010 fatcat:7s7bumeycjbfnppjnnvu3jdloi

Risks of e-voting

Matt Bishop, David Wagner
2007 Communications of the ACM  
The purpose of this paper is twofold; to investigate the risks involving with e-voting and to evaluate the risk management of policy of e-voting.  ...  In the context of e-voting systems, risk management is regarded as the characterization of the e-Voting System in Oman; this consists of defining the system for the risk assessment.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper was supported by the Ministry of Interior (MOI), Oman. Especial thanks for the department of Information Technology at the MOI.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1297797.1297827 fatcat:sw6ix2fptrhqxbwaqxcjsiq5ci

Blockchain as a Driver for Smart City Development: Application Fields and a Comprehensive Research Agenda

Horst Treiblmaier, Abderahman Rejeb, Andreas Strebinger
2020 Smart Cities  
6) e-voting, (7) factory, (8) home and (9) education.  ...  In this paper, we discuss blockchain technology, a novel driver of technological transformation that comprises a multitude of underlying technologies and protocols, and its potential impact on smart cities  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities3030044 fatcat:3ntphwiiejcwjirqpq6w2mlbrq

SecIVo: a quantitative security evaluation framework for internet voting schemes

Stephan Neumann, Melanie Volkamer, Jurlind Budurushi, Marco Prandini
2016 Annales des télécommunications  
The criticality of these assumptions depends on the election setting (e.g. how trustworthy the voting servers or the voting devices are).  ...  Voting over the Internet is subject to a number of security requirements. Each voting scheme has its own bespoke set of assumptions to ensure these security requirements.  ...  The authors would like to thank the reviewers for their constructive recommendations, which helped to improve this work significantly.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12243-016-0520-0 fatcat:zj6wnqjd4jffpneeypwsb4hlb4

Pressing the button for European elections: verifiable e-voting and public attitudes toward internet voting in Greece

Alex Delis, Konstantina Gavatha, Aggelos Kiayias, Charalampos Koutalakis, Elias Nikolakopoulos, Lampros Paschos, Mema Rousopoulou, Georgios Sotirellis, Panos Stathopoulos, Pavlos Vasilopoulos, Thomas Zacharias†, Bingsheng Zhang
2014 2014 6th International Conference on Electronic Voting: Verifying the Vote (EVOTE)  
We present the initial set of findings from a pilot experiment that used an Internet-based end-toend verifiable e-voting system and was held during the European Elections 2014 in Athens, Greece.  ...  Our results suggest that acceptance of the e-voting system was particularly high especially among the most educated, the technologically adept but also -somewhat surprisingly-older generations.  ...  Future research could shed more light to the pattern of attitudes toward e-voting from a comparative perspective and further investigate latent parameters that may have an impact on attitudes toward e-voting  ... 
doi:10.1109/evote.2014.7001141 dblp:conf/ev/DelisGKKNPRSSVZZ14 fatcat:2fxb6wogujcgpjb3gr35qdpqzq

An Independent Assessment of the Procedural Components of the Estonian Internet Voting System

Jason Nurse, Ioannis Agrafiotis, Arnau Erola, Maria Bada, Taylor Roberts, Meredydd Williams, Michael Goldsmith, Sadie Creese
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Our scope is guided by the fact that the fundamental principles underpinning a secure and democratic online voting system create conlicting requirements. 3 These conlicts cannot be resolved by software  ...  engineering alone, 4 hence the need for, and importance of, broader procedural controls.  ...  As a result of these ongoing concerns, we examine and relect on these speciic features of the I-Voting system: procedural security, operational security, and transparency measures.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2858336 fatcat:cjxsy4gq5bae3ap7lyefkp7tsm

Implementation of electronic voting and the matter of security

Magdalena Musiał-Karg
2016 Annales UMCS Politologia  
aspects of security within the e-voting system. 1 Paper prepared under the scientific project entitled: E-voting jako alternatywna procedura głosowania w elekcjach państwowych.  ...  Apart from theoretical considerations on the e-voting itself, this text includes references to the most important motives that accompany e-voting implementation and then it delivers arguments on various  ...  When discussing the issue of security of electronic voting one should remember that the secure environment of e-voting is dependent on many factors influencing the electoral process.  ... 
doi:10.17951/k.2015.22.1.119 fatcat:52divgwqubhn3nvziy5lg5syhi

Beyond individual-centric privacy: Information technology in social systems

Wolter Pieters
2017 The Information Society  
I argue that this should be complemented by an analysis of impact on individuals (psychic systems) via co-construction of the environment (social system).  ...  Impact assessments of information technology are also often limited to privacy impact assessments, which are focused on individual rights and well-being, as opposed to the social environment.  ...  Acknowledgements The author wishes to thank Shannon Spruit and Marlies van de Voort for substantial help with the revision, and Marga Groothuis for helpful comments at an earlier stage.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972243.2017.1354108 fatcat:bz2yu2mx5befriblzd6ybfh4qe

ROLA GLOBALNYCH ORGANIZACJI W MIĘDZYNARODOWYCH STOSUNKACH GOSPODARCZYCH W KONTEKŚCIE ZRÓWNOWAŻONEGO ROZWOJU

Eulalia Skawińska, Romuald Zalewski
2017 Acta Scientiarum Polonorum - Oeconomia  
The research problem addresses the question, whether activities of global organizations towards quality have been significantly shaping international economic relations (IER), in line with the paradigm  ...  The first three parts characterize these global organizations whose activity has direct and indirect influence on both the quality and safety of products in international trade, namely: ISO, FAO, and WHO  ...  On the other hand ISO 14001 -Environmental management system has positive impact on the environment, its protection and use by companies [de Vries et al. 2012 ].  ... 
doi:10.22630/aspe.2017.16.4.53 fatcat:ohzfzc2razcrpjnwiqa2uasj2e
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