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People wait in line and cast their ballots on electronic voting machines on Oct. 25, in Provo, Utah. The GEMS system that counts votes in a quarter of the United States contains code to alter how votes are weighted. (George Frey/Getty Images)

ICIT Contributor Jim Walter (Cylance) shows a removable memory card from a widely used electronic voting machine during the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology's briefing on election system vulnerabilities.

Parham Eftekhari (ICIT) discusses the history of electronic voting machine systems to kick off the Institute's briefing.

Cloud Blog - The Armor And Asylum Of The Blockchain - While the algorithm behind the technology is complex, (which is precisely the idea) perhaps the larger benefit is the fact that everyone is in control which eliminates scapegoat­ism. Putting this in perspective, if everyone was part of the system which controlled electronic voting (and the inherent security) which governed not only the process, but also the counting, scrutinizing and final result(s), then the vote would have to be…

ICIT Fellow Tony Cole (FireEye) discusses what local and state officials can do to improve the security of electronic voting systems.


Hillary Clinton Has Grounds To Challenge Election Results, Activists Say

A group of computer scientists and election lawyers are urging Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to challenge her election loss, saying they have evidence the results in three key battleground states were compromised. According to New York magazine’s Gabriel Sherman, the activists say electronic voting systems in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania produced discrepancies that hurt Clinton.  The academics presented findings showing that in Wisconsin, Clinton received 7 percent…

Electronic Elections – Benefits of using electronic voting systems -