The Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology held a timely symposium on the interaction between advances in voting technologies and election law during its annual symposium last November.
Marian Schneider, president of Verified Voting Foundation, focused her keynote remarks on securing elections with the responsible use of technology.
The symposium, titled “Elections Technology and the Law: Securing Our Democracy in the Digital Age,” also included a lively panel discussion with: Jeffrey Baez, chief information security officer, New York State Board of Elections; Brian Nussbaum, assistant professor, University at Albany, College of Emergency Prepared- ness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity; Alejandra Paulino ’02, secretary of the Senate, New York State Senate; Hon. Stan L. Pritzker, New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Department; and Ben Spear, director, Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center. Professor Patricia Reyhan moderated the discussion.