#IMOS20 - Election Hacking: Securing the Election to Protect Democracy

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Democratic elections form the backbone of functioning democratic nations and societies across the world.

However, in recent years, fears over state-sponsored and cyber-criminal interference in political elections have reached fever pitch. As such, great concerns and questions have been raised about the security of electoral processes and the potential for people’s democracy rights to be tampered with.

In November, US voters will take to the polls to elect their next President. The various intricacies of this particular election are well-known, but what looks set to play a more integral and widely-discussed role in the process will be its overall security.

In this session, a panel of experts will assess the real security risks surrounding the upcoming elections, highlight their potential impact and discuss how to ensure the safety of future voting processes, and democracy in general, across the globe.

Key takeaways:

  • Insight into how and why recent political elections have been targeted by attackers
  • What steps need to be taken to address security vulnerabilities in voting processes
  • A look at the future risk landscape of voting


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Joseph Carson

Chief Security Scientist & Advisory CISO - Delinea

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Ryan Clark

Senior Cybersecurity Advisory Specialist, Deloitte Risk and Finance Advisory Group

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Michael Hill

Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Dave Klein

Senior Director of Engineering & Architecture, Guardicore

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