Protecting Maryland’s Voting Processes

Recent Towson University graduate Megan Price is the lead author on “Protecting Maryland’s Voting Processes,” which just appeared in the 2019 edition of the Baltimore Business Review. Megan spent an academic year working closely with Board of Elections officials in Maryland to identify potential cyber, physical, and insider threat scenarios as well as mitigations for those threats. I’m really proud of the work she did and anticipate that implementation of her recommendations may lead to maintaining the integrity of votes cast on Election Day in Maryland.

You can find her paper here as well as my Projects and Cyber Tigers pages.