The book E-Democracy – Citizen Rights in the World of the New Computing Paradigms has recently been published in electronic and print format, in the Springer website.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on E-Democracy, E-Democracy 2015, held in Athens, Greece, in December 2015.
It contains13 revised full papers presented together with 8 extended abstracts that were selected from 33 submissions.
The papers are organized in topical sections on privacy in e-voting, e-polls and e-surveys; security and privacy in new computing paradigms; privacy in online social networks; e-government and e-participation; legal issues. The book also contains the extended abstracts describing progress within European research and development projects on security and privacy in the cloud; secure architectures and applications; enabling citizen-to-government communication.
TREDISEC was selected to be presented in the conference, after the approval of the extended abstract sent by the consortium project.
Panos Louridas, from GRNET, one of the companies that takes part of the TREDISEC consortium, was responsible of presenting TREDISEC at the conference, explaining its contribution for Security, Privacy and Trust fields.
TREDISEC extended abstract is contained in the book from page 193.