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Accuracy, integrity, and security in computerized vote-tallying

Roy G. Saltman

Accuracy, integrity, and security in computerized vote-tallying

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Published by U.S. Dept of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Gaithersburg, MD, Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballot -- Data processing.,
  • Voting -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRoy G. Saltman.
    SeriesNBS special publication ;, 500-158., Computer science and technology, NBS special publication ;, 500-158, NBS special publication.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC100 .U57 no. 500-158, JF1161 .U57 no. 500-158
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 132 p. ;
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2148060M
    LC Control Number88600573

    Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying. August Box Folder The Impact of Computer Technology on Election Administration Assuring Accuracy, Integrity and Security in National Elections: The Role of the U.S. Congress. Febru Box 12 Book Publications. Box Stealing Elections. Box Robinson (Fla. Dist. Ct. App) 10 70 Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote Tallying August 1, 10 71 The Importance of Research and Standards in Effective Election Administration 10 72 CRS Report for Congress: Election Reform: Overview and Issues Novem 10 73 Voter Registration Application July. Score Auth/Ed Auth/Ed Auth/Ed Auth/Ed Title: Apple: Accessing Hardware from Applications; Roy G. Saltman: Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying. Don't blame the poll workers in Florida. The facts, supported by voting machine experts and numerous newspaper articles, have made it clear. Computerized voting machines that were certified by the state of Florida, caused most of the problems in Florida's primary election. In the absence of paper ballots, the damage is now irreversible.


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Abstract. Some basic criteria for confidentiality, Accuracy, availability, reliability, and assurance are considered for computer systems involved in electronic voting.

R.G. Saltman. Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying. NBS (now NIST) special publication, [Sal93] R.G. Saltman. Assuring Accuracy, Integrity.

Accuracy is the essential requirement of a computerized vote-tallying system, but its achievement may not be possible without the implementation of integrity and security. Even if accuracy is attained, confidence in the results may not be assured unless the other two factors can be shown to be present.

Recommendations are rovided to promote accuracy, integrity, and security in computerized vote-tallying, and to improve confidence in the resuls produced. The recommendations respond to identified problems, and conern software, hardware, operational procedures, and institutional changes.

Roy Saltman states in his report "Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying" that "the use of pre-scored punch cards contributes to the inaccuracy and to the lack of confidence. It is generally not possible to exactly duplicate a count obtained on pre-scored punch cards, given the inherent physical characteristics of these.

Abstract. The voting technologies in common use today each have distinct strengths and weaknesses. These technologies cannot be evaluated in isolation, but must be evaluated as parts of a larger social and legal system, as demonstrated by a discussion of the problems with the voting technologies in wide use today, the Australian ballot, including punched card and optical mark-sense ballots.

Accuracy, Integrity and And security in computerized vote-tallying book in Computerized Vote-Tallying a page report of potential inaccuracies and fraud in computerized voting systems. Recent difficulties in automated vote.

Saltman, Roy Accuracy, Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, Gaithersburg, Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology, NBS Special PublicationTasmanian Electoral Office, The Tasmanian Hare-Clark Scrutiny Process, Hobbart,   "Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying,'' SPNational Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD.

Springer, C. H., and Alkus, M. Second Generation Computer Vote Count SystemsAssuming a Professional Responsibility, Proceedings of the Joint Computer Confere American Federation. However, a practical and accurate e-voting scheme is highly required, which can ensure the e-voting requirements in terms of uniqueness, fairness, privacy, Accuracy, eligibility, accuracy, individual verifiability, robustness, and universal verifiability (Obaidat MS, Boudriga N () Security of e-systems and computer networks.

Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying by Roy G. Saltman (compiled in ) This study by Roy Saltman was done under the auspices of the Department of Commerce in conjunction with the Institute for Computer Sciences & Technology under the auspices of the National Bureau of Standards.

Best technology in voting is defined by accuracy, security, and integrity. But trust prescribes what technology we use.

It is the best single book on cryptography and it is the one most suited. P.G. Neumann. Security criteria for electronic voting. In Proceedings of the Sixteenth National Computer Security Conference, pagesBaltimore, Maryland, September [6] R.G. Saltman. Accuracy, integrity, and security in computerized vote-tallying.

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10/01/ Status and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying. 8/01/ Status: Withdrawn. Download: SP (DOI. His report, "Accuracy, Integrity and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying," also published by NIST, was supported by the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation.

After the Presidential election, the report was widely cited in the media for its statement that "the use of pre-scored punch card ballots should be ended.". Electronic scanners were first introduced into U.S. elections inand ever since then a steady stream of reports of technical irregularities have caught the attention of scientists, journalists, and activists, most notably the report, Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, by Roy G.

Saltman, and the book. InRoy G. Saltman, now a retired computer consultant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Computer Systems Laboratory, wrote a landmark report for the U.S.

Commerce Department entitled, "Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying", in which he exhaustively documented the many instances of vote.

Roy Saltman, a government consultant who wrote a report on "Accuracy, Integrity and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying," calls the count changes "perplexing" in his report.

The second-place candidate's campaign manager alleged that the vote-counting computer's "instructions" were changed after the count showed her candidate leading by. In his book, The Power Game, (Random House, ) Hedrick Smith of the New York Times emphasizes technology's role in reelecting incumbents, percent of whom were reelected in "The five pillars of incumbency are: 1.

video feeds; 2. high-tech computerized mail; 3. elaborately staffed casework, involving myriad little favors for. 15 Roy G.

Saltman, Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, National Bureau of Standards Special PublicationAugust ; this report is still widely cited.

See also Roy G. Saltman, Computer Science and Technology: Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, National Bureau of Standards Special.

Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying. US Department of Commerce. Added Message Authentication Code (MAC) Validation System: Requirements and Procedures. US Department of Commerce.

Added Smart Card Technology: New Methods for Computer Access Control. NIST), including "Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying,” that laid the groundwork for the national voting system standards process, and "Accuracy, Integrity and Security in Computerized Vote- Tallying,” that called for abandoning punch-card ballots.

End-to-end-verifiable (E2E-V) voting systems share the following security properties: Integrity. Once a voter successfully enters his or her ballot into an E2E-V system, it cannot be undetectably lost or modified in any way, even in the presence of computer bugs or malicious logic.

Counting Accuracy. Ballots cannot be miscounted without the. Saltman R () Accuracy, integrity and security in computerized vote-tallying, Communications of the ACM,(), Online publication date: 1-Oct Fonorow O Modeling software tools with ICON Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Software engineering, ().

Information Technology Laboratory Computer Security Resource Center Computer Security Resource Center Computer Security Resource Center. Saltman, Roy G. (), Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, Gaithersburg, Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology, NBS Special Publication Tasmanian Electoral Office (), The Tasmanian Hare-Clark Scrutiny Process, Hobbart.

15 Roy G. Saltman, Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, National Bureau of Standards Special PublicationAugust ; this report is still widely cited. See also Roy G. Saltman, Computer Science and Technology: Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, National Bureau of Standards Special.

InRoy Saltman authored the document "Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying" at the National Bureau of Standards (now the.

Computerized voting gives the power of selection, without fear of discovery, to whomever controls the computer," wrote the authors of VoteScam (), James & Kenneth Collier (both now deceased). It's a 'must read' book about how elections have been electronically and mechanically rigged in the United States for decades, and with the knowing.

Roy Saltman, in his report, “Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote Tallying,” recommended that the fledging Election Center be the “go-to” group for all information on elections and vendors.

The only replacement we have for that is a partial manual recount. Second, internal controls have not been applied to vote-tallying systems because those services are not priced, Saltman says.

Ordinarily, a transaction is a business event Accuracy. Integrity. and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying. (4) Mr. Roy Saltman is a consultant and a retired employee of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (formerly, the National Bureau of Standards) who authored the National Bureau of Standards report, ''Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying,'' that first raised the difficulties of using punch cards and.

Slot machine accuracy is a non-partisan issue. For some reason I can't fathom, electronic voting machine accuracy is seen as a political issue. Tags: casinos, gambling, secrecy, voting. Posted on Decem at AM • 46 Comments.

National Computer Security Center, Department of Defense Trusted System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC), DODSTD (Orange Book), December Saltman, Roy, Accuracy, Integrity and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, U.S.

Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, NBS Special PublicationAugust Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, by Dr. Roy Saltman (), irregularities list; my own list; Check out Florida in - does anyone really believe that so many Democrats crossed over to vote for George Bush.

Has anyone. Saltman, Roy G. Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying. NBS Special Publication Institute for Computer Sciences. The computer scientist Roy Saltman, at the National Bureau of Standards, who is the leading authority in the federal government on the subject, stresses in his new report, "Accuracy, Integrity.

It is ridiculous for our country to run such a haphazard, easily violated election system. If we are to retain confidence in our election results, we must institute adequate security procedures in computerized vote tallying, and return election control to the citizenry.". Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote Tallying by Roy Saltman,National Bureau of Standards Special Publication (Media Union Microfiche C ) Accuracy of various computerized voting methods Recommendation concerns the pre-scored punch cards (votematic) involved in the election.[2] NSBIR“Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying” Roy Saltman, National Bureau of Standards, March [3] NBS Special Publication“Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying”, Roy Saltman, National Bureau of Standards, August [4] RISKS Forum, volume 1, number 1.