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Cyber Security Public Working Group

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  • Cryptographic key and password management


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 Meeting Information:
The regular meeting time for the Voting System Cybersecurity Working Group is 14:00 Eastern every other Friday. The meetings are held via telecon and Webex.

Audio Connection:

Meeting Number: 191 222 349

Cybersecurity Working Group Call

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (571) 317-3122

Access Code: 790-412-477
  The rough schedule for the Working Group is:
October 6 Finalize the 2007 Review: Access Control & System Integrity requirements, Begin SI discussions
October 20 Software Independence - Paper
November 3 Software Independence - Fully Electronic
November 17 Support for audits, small batch, variable size, and images
December 1 Efficient audits
December 15 Audits & Physical Security
January 5 Ballot Secrecy
January 19 Ballot Secrecy & Access Control
February 2 Access Control
February 16 System Integrity
March 2 System Integrity / Detection & Monitoring
March 30 Detection & Monitoring / Data Protection
April 13 Data Protection / Ballot Secrecy
April 27 Discuss Open Problem Areas
May 11 Discuss Open Problem Areas
May 25 Finish Draft Requirements
(Schedule updated 01/18/2018)
September 14 2007 VVSG Review and Auditability
September 28 Ballot Secrecy
October 12 Physical Securityy
October 26 Data Protection
November 9 System Integrity
November16 Detection & Monitoring
December 7 Final Draft Test Strategies
(Schedule updated 09/14/2018)
  The first NIST Voting System CyberSecurity Working Group teleconference was on August 11th, 2016 from 11:00AM-12:00PM Eastern Time.


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