NextgenID's

Secure Mobile
Elections Voting

Secure BYOD, Mobile Enabled Election Voting. Solidly built upon high assurance Supervised Remote In-Person Identity Proofing. A use case based on NextgenID's technology, with voter identity binding to mobile devices.

Absentee and Mail-in Ballots

Addressing concerns, mitigating fraud

There are a myriad of security concerns surrounding the Mail-In Ballot today. A lack of defined best practices combined with security flaws inherent in the mail-in ballot systems has created a high potential for election fraud. As a result, concerns over the integrity of elections that use mail-in ballots is high on the minds of many Americans.

A national election is rapidly approaching all while we’re dealing daily with a global health pandemic. Addressing public safety is front and center. The concerns over Mail-In ballots has risen to a nationwide priority due to an increased demand by Americans to prefer non-contact, socially distant options like Mail-in ballots verses going to polling centers and potentially risking infection. We are therefore faced with addressing question: How can we mitigate election fraud while ensure a safer, highly secure, private tamper proof voting ballot?

The legacy process could use a make-over

Aside from fraudulent concerns arising from voter verification and validation; and the authenticity of the voting ballot; The current absentee and mail-in voting process is not at its best. The ballots require days if not weeks to be tallied, recounts are cumbersome, and the adds even more time to an already long process.

The Objectives Ahead

To modernize the mail-in voting process, we need to address how to verifying the identity of the voter, assure the authenticity of the ballot, and create a tamper resistant process that allows us to detect fraud. All while protecting the privacy of the voter, expediting the voting process, facilitate ballots tally, and recounts.

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The Solution

Bringing voting directly to the people with registered mobiles

Using the NextgenID Supervised Remote In-Person Proofing technology to register and verify the identity of the voter. Combined with NextgenID Mobile Voting Application, the voters will be able to bind their mobile device with the registered identity and use the application during the day of elections to cast their vote securely.

Touchless Enrollment & Proofing

NextgenID’s Supervised In-Person Device Registration allows the registration and verification of a voter and a smart phone for voting. The enrollment process is touchless and operation is performed through a remote operator on a kiosk placed in reputable locations such as US post office, US embassies, and federal buildings.

Voter Enrollment

Using their Voter registration card, Driver’s license, passport, or utility bill; the voters will be able to enroll into the system, and combining their credentials to a biometric identity.

Device Binding

Using our Mobile Voting Application, downloaded on the voters’ device, the voters can bind their device with their registered identity through a QR code scanned by the peripherals on the ID*Capture Kiosk.

Supervised In-Person Device Registration

How It Works

The Voter makes an appointment for a kiosk online, by phone, or walk-in. The Voter is prompted to provide validation information. (Voter registration card, Driver’s license, passport, or utility bill). The operator connects to the kiosk from any location, where a visual verification of the environment, user, and documents is performed, similar to what is done today at your polling centers. Once the Voters are register and verified, they may enroll their device.

To register their smart phone, they would download NextgenID’s Voting application. The app would put the phone into enrollment mode (ie. Showing a QR code) They would hold the phone near their face and we would take a still shot that includes their face and the phone showing the QR code. Once that is completed, the system will identify the QR code, register the device with the user as their official voting device and allow them to vote in future elections using the system.

NextgenID Mobile Voting Application

Participating in the Democratic Process Safely

The Mobile Voting Application is securely host, protected by a Web Application Firewall. The Voter verification service is in complete isolation from the ballot tally system; giving voters complete anonymity.

Verifying application integrity

Before allowing the voter to cast their ballots, the system verifies the integrity of the Mobile Voting Application.

Verifying the
Vote Ballot

The system validates the integrity of the ballot and the associated vote.

Voter
Anonymity

The voter’s identity is never linked to the voting ballot, where each is giving a separate certificate and encryption keys.

Secure Repeatable Tally

Allow us to address suspected fraudulent activity, and perform recounts on the fly.

High Value Benefits

States using NextgenID’s Touchless Enrollment and Proofing with NextgenID’s Mobile Voting Application will protect voters, ensure the continuation of the democratic process, mitigate fraud and helps states reduce costs.

Protect voters and polling centers under health risks of the pandemic
Expand voter ability to participate in the democratic process
ADA compliant voter registration
Eliminate potential voter fraud through tamper protection and detection
Cheaper solution cut costs of validation, auditing and counting votes instant voting

Helps more Americans Vote easily and securely
• Facilitates voting of military personnel in active duty
• Citizens working in remote areas and unable to vote
• Native Americans reservations and communities are facing difficulties reaching voting centers
• Citizens working aboard are unable to vote

Value added Benefits

Capitalizing on the solution potential

Municipal, state and congressional voting abilities

Ability to subsidize the system rollout budget through add-ons services, while voting remaining at no cost to voters

Access to other government services such as in-person utility payments, Driver’s license verification, Mobile Driver’s License, PIV, CAC, and other types of verification

NextgenID's Latest News

April 29, 2020
NextgenID Presents Identity-as-a-Service, Minimizing Identity Enrollment Costs and Offering Long-term Savings


April 15, 2020
NextgenID Announces Supervised Remote In-person Proofing to Enable Government Agencies’ HSPD-12 Identity Credential Issuance to Comply with COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

Jan 13, 2020
NextgenID’s Newly Appointed CEO Continues Support of the Secure Technology Alliance



Jan 7, 2020
Zeva Holdings Group Announces Acquisition of Identity & Access Management Company NextgenID & Names New CEO