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eVoting Security and Privacy

e-Voting was new to Hong Kong and most parts of the world. However, in 2011 and 2012, citizens of Hong Kong had tasted two e-votings (or e-pollings) to influence process of Chief Executive election. Security and privacy challenges did pose a vital impact to the e-votings. We have invited the organizers and security professionals involved in the two e-votings to share their experience.

Release Date: 15 May 2012

Date:19 May 2012

Time: 14:30 - 17:30

Charge:Free of charge

Target Audience:PISA Members, ISOC HK Members and other IT security professionals

Venue: Y302 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Program Highlight :

1. Addressing Security and Privacy concerns of e-Voting
(a) experience from Pre-Election (Chester Soong & SC Leung)
(b) experience from CE-Poll (Jazz Ma of HKUPOP)

2. Security attacks and responses in e-Voting
(a) experience from Pre-Election (Sang Young)
(b) experience from CE-Poll (Jazz Ma, Ken Lam)

3. Panel discussion: Lessons Learnt from the first e-Voting in Hong Kong
Moderator: Charles Mok
Panelists: the above speakers, Ben Cheng, Dr. Robert Chung (鍾庭耀博士)


For details and registration, please visit the following webpage: