auditable

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  • Verifiable secret sharing can be used to build an end-to-end auditable voting systems.
  • Each component of the system is specific, auditable, and accreditable by a third party after review.
  • End-to-end auditable voting systems can provide the voter with a receipt that can be taken home.
  • These rules are typically implemented as publicly auditable open-source software distributed across the computers of their stakeholders.
  • Invu solutions provide auditable document records management and reduce the risk of non-compliance.
  • Cost sharing is auditable and must be allowable under cost principles and verifiable to records.
  • It's not sufficient just to sanitise media; the sanitisation should also be auditable, and records must be kept.
  • For this reason, a systematic and auditable approach to designing a stock obsolescence report should be used.
  • Port knock daemons also tend to be simple enough that any sort of vulnerability is obvious and the code is very easily auditable.
  • Session-based testing is a method specifically designed to make exploratory testing auditable and measurable on a wider scale.
  • End-to-end auditable voting systems provide sets of desirable privacy and auditability properties for conducting e-voting.
  • Bingo voting is an electronic voting scheme for transparent, secure, end-to-end auditable elections.
  • Effectively, VeriSign now had a new content distribution platform which also integrated with the internet, which was both secure and auditable - now all they needed was the content.
  • HAVA requires all voting systems be auditable and produce a permanent paper record with a manual audit capacity available as an official record for any recount conducted.
  • These subunits must have business operations that are self-contained, report financial performance at least annually, and have independently - auditable EHS and business performance measurements.
  • Additional security-related features include an auditable version control system, user authentication, an access control system, cross-site request forgery protection, and improved spam-prevention extensions.
  • This shortcoming motivated the development of the end-to-end auditable voting systems discussed here, sometimes referred to as E2E voting systems.
  • Effectively, VeriSign now had a new content distribution platform which also integrated with the internet, which was both secure and auditable -- now all they needed was the content.
  • ThreeBallot is an end-to-end (E2E) auditable voting system that can in principle be implemented on paper.
  • As secretary, Heller made Nevada the first state in the nation to implement an auditable paper trail to electronic voting machines.
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