In the national election in India more than 10 lakh booths are set up across the country. In smaller elections like an Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) around 600 booths are set up across the country. Similar number of booths are required for elections in bar council, doctors’ body etc.
These booths are located across the country and many times in remote locations. Security of these remote location booths are dependent on security personnel present on those booths. Booth capturing is a common problem faced in booth-based voting in areas with law and problem like naxal affected areas. In these areas, security personnel can do very little.
In offline voting, the vote data is stored in ballot box or EVM machines at specific booths. Hence if the booth is captured, the goons can vote multiple times indiscriminately and nothing much can be done about it.
With Right2Vote’s mobile voting technology, there are no booths and hence booth capture is not possible.
In Right2Vote’s online election technology, the voter’s vote data is stored in central servers or cloud servers protected by multiple layers of security including encryptions and firewalls. These servers are housed in very safe locations with multiple layers of physical security apart from software-based security. These servers also have back up servers at a different location storing copy of the data which make any attempt to capture these server redundant.