Principles and requirements for a secure e-voting system

  title={Principles and requirements for a secure e-voting system},
  author={Dimitris Gritzali},
  journal={Computers & Security},
Electronic voting (e-voting) is considered a means to further enhance and strengthen the democratic processes in modern information societies. E-voting should first comply with the existing legal and regulatory framework. Moreover, e-voting should be technically implemented in such a way that ensures adequate user requirements. As a result, the aim of this paper is twofold. Firstly, to identify the set of generic constitutional requirements, which should be met when designing an e-voting system… CONTINUE READING
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