Privacy and security measures for digital voting

Digital voting is a revolutionary way to conduct elections, but it raises important data privacy and security issues. Eligo examines hardware and software measures to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of voter data.

How privacy and security are handled in electronic and online voting

Caffe 20Valentino Spataro’s podcast, returns with a new installment devoted to the increasingly relevant world of digital voting, a mode of voting that is gaining ground around the world.

Electronic voting represents a revolutionary breakthrough in the way elections are conducted, offering aninnovative alternative to traditional paper ballot boxes. However, as this technology grows, important privacy and data security issues emerge.

Valentino Spataro – a lawyer and computer scientist – analyzes several crucial aspects of electronic and online voting, focusing on how the technology addresses privacy and security challenges. He also examines the various social contexts in which digital voting is used, exploring the differences between overt and secret voting and discussing how hardware and software security measures are applied to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of voter data.

With the growing interest in electronic and online voting, it is essential to fully understand the legal and technological implications associated with this mode of voting.

Listen to the Podcast, “Privacy and digital voting – the technical and organizational security measures”