12 February 2014
Date: 12 February 2014.
Location: Seminar room Python (room 2269), Ole-Johan Dahls hus (IfI).
14:00h Welcome at IfI
14:15h Invited talk
SPEAKER: Christian Bull
Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation
(Kommunal- og moderniseringsdepartementet)
TITLE: Security in the Norwegian e-Voting System
Presentation slides: Media:AFSec20140212-Bull-KommunalDep.pdf
ABSTRACT: Electronic voting requires strict, and sometimes seemingly mutually exclusive, security properties in the voting system. The anonymity of the voter must be inviolable, the principle of "one voter one vote" upheld, and the integrity of the vote and result, unquestionable. This talk gives an introduction to the security properties of the Norwegian e-voting system, as it was implemented for trials in 2013.
A paper by Christian Bull related to this talk is at;
SPEAKER BIO: Christian Bull is Senior Adviser in the Ministry of Local Government and Modernization and has been deeply involved with the new electronic voting system in Norway.