Overview

August 31
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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Traditional remote voting options have raised questions around security, reliability and accessibility, but the current environment leaves many states and localities with few options. Fortunately, advancements in mobile, app-based voting make it a viable – and secure – alternative to help protect public health in the upcoming election. On August 31, Governing and Voatz are joining together for an information-packed webcast on how an app-based system offers unprecedented levels of threat detection at both the network and device level, helping to ensure elections are conducted safely and no vote is compromised. Register to hear our panel of election security experts discuss:

  • The results of a Voatz analysis of threat detection behavior during a remote voting election and the implications for mobile voting
  • How an app-based voting system can detect, identify and mitigate cybersecurity threats, providing advantages over a browser-based system
  • The potential for mobile voting to significantly simplify access to voting and improve citizen trust in the election process

Speakers

Deborah Snyder

Deborah Snyder — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Nailah Mims

Nailah Mims

Cybersecurity Engineer, Voatz

Mohsan Farid

Mohsan Farid

Co-founder at LedgerOps

Dani Goland

Dani Goland

CTO, Net Alpha Financial Systems