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Efficient Secure E-Voting and its Application In Cybersecurity Education

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Efficient Secure E-Voting and its Application In Cybersecurity Education

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posted on 2023-03-14, 17:11 authored by Nathan Robert SwearingenNathan Robert Swearingen

As the need for large elections increases and computer networking becomes more widely used, e-voting has become a major topic of interest in the field of cryptography. However, lack of cryptography knowledge among the general public is one obstacle to widespread deployment. In this paper, we present an e-voting scheme based on an existing scheme. Our scheme features an efficient location anonymization technique built on homomorphic encryption. This technique does not require any participation from the voter other than receiving and summing location shares. Moreover, our scheme is simplified and offers more protection against misbehaving parties. We also give an in-depth security analysis, present performance results, compare our scheme with existing schemes, and describe how our research can be used to enhance cybersecurity education.

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Collaborative Research: SaTC: EDU: Building an Electronic Voting Technology Inspired Interactive Teaching and Learning Framework for Cybersecurity Education

Directorate for Education & Human Resources

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CICI: SSC: Development of a Secure and Privacy-Preserving Workflow Architecture for Dynamic Data Sharing in Scientific Infrastructures

Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering

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History

Degree Type

  • Master of Science

Department

  • Computer Science

Campus location

  • Indianapolis

Advisor/Supervisor/Committee Chair

Xukai Zou

Additional Committee Member 2

Feng Li

Additional Committee Member 3

Qin Hu

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