End-to-End Verifiable Election technology has been studied by the cryptographic research community for more than a quarter century. Unlike traditional systems, end-to-end verifiable elections use cryptographic techniques to enable individual voters and even simple observers to verify that every vote has been counted accurately. This can be done without placing any trust whatsoever in election equipment (including both hardware and software) or in election officials.
Related Workshops and Conferences
- Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (WOTE)
Electronic Voting Technology Workshop (EVT)
Other Recurring Conferences and Workshops
Research Sponsoring Orgaizations
- International Assocation for Voting Systems Sciences
- A Ceneter for Correct, Usable, Reliable, Auditable, and Transparent Elections
- International Assocation for Cryptologic Research
Some Additional Resources
- Josh Benaloh and Eric Lazarus, The Trash Attack: An Attack on Verifiable Voting Systems and a Simple Mitigation, no. MSR-TR-2011-115, 28 October 2011.