This week, Robert Vamosi talks with Fortify CSO Brian Chess about electronic voting.
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Following the February 5 presidential primary, several county clerks in New Jersey asked an independent researcher to study the vote results on the state's electronic voting machines. The vendor, Sequoia, has, but so far hasn't taken any. suggest that there were some inconsistencies in vote tallies, although none were enough to reverse the election results themselves.
Since last year,of electronic voting systems. In California, the audits resulted in for the 2008 presidential primaries. As we turn our attention to the fall 2008 presidential election, several security researchers have come forth with their own studies and suggestions. One of them is Brian Chess, chief scientist at Fortify.