Now that the elections are over, I figured it was a good time to step up the programming of the podcast by introducing some mini-series. I think mini-series will provide us the opportunity to pick topics that matter and dive a bit deeper. At least, we’re going to give it a try… feedback welcomed.

To kick it off, I figured we could start by looking at the security around electronic voting. Yea, I know, the elections are over. To me, that makes for perfect timing. Less stress right now, and a good time for our profession to think about how we can help to improve the process.

Here are some links as mentioned in the podcast:

Google Video

Hacking Democracy (http://www.hbo.com/docs/programs/hackingdemocracy/?ntrack_para1=leftnav_category7_show1)
HRM! It seems to have been removed from Google Video. Well, it’s still being aired on HBO – so hopefully you will get a chance to see a copy. It’s worth the watch!
Site to See

Securosis (http://www.securosis.com/)
Rich Mogul’s Bio (http://securosis.com/about/)

Voting Stories and Links

E-voting 2006: A touch screen, a missing vote, a mystery in Arkansas (http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9005063&source=rss_topic84)

Questions we can help answer? Stories you want me to explore? Cheers or Jeers? send me an email: se**************@gm***.com.

About the Author Michael Santarcangelo

The founder of Security Catalyst, Michael develops exceptional leaders and powerful communicators with the security mindset for success.

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