Election security is on the verge of becoming a national crisis, especially in democracies that are relying more and more on voting machines. The topic is even more relevant in the USA as we are fast approaching mid-term elections. To prevent voting-machine hacks, voting systems have to be better secured.
Join us in San Francisco at 7 p.m. on November 5 for our second Context Conversation. Seth Rosenblatt, editor of The Parallax, will be moderating a discussion between Ben Adida, founder of secure-voting technology Helios, and Chris Jerdonek, former president of the San Francisco Elections Commission and chair of its Open Source Voting System Technical Advisory Committee, about today’s toughest challenges in securing elections.
Come to the Event: You can sign up to attend the free event in person here.
Livestream: If you’re unable to join us in person we will be live streaming the conversation here.
Connect on Social: We invite you to submit questions to Context Conversations on Twitter using the hashtag #ContextConvo.
Javelin Strategy and Research, Rain Capital, The Parallax and New Context are proud to announce the second event in our Context Conversations speaker series, following our first in September on health care, as well as our Enigma Interviews series last year.