We all have questions, but who are the people with the answers for Cybersecurity. In this series, we sat down with academics and experts to ask them about how they got started, what they are researching now, their lessons for us, and the future.
In this last episode, Holly An Garnett, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, reminds us that elections are a part of a process and have to be thought about in advance to protect them from a security threat.
Holly Ann Garnett is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario. Her research examines how electoral integrity can be strengthened throughout the electoral cycle, including the role of election management bodies, electoral assistance, voter registration, convenience voting measures, election technologies, civic literacy, and campaign finance. She is a co-convener of the Electoral Management Network and contributes to the Electoral Integrity Project. Holly Ann was an Endeavour Research Fellow at The Australian National University (2017), a visiting fellow at the Åbo Akademi, Finland (2017), a visiting researcher at the University of Sydney (2014), and a Killam Fellow at Cornell University (2009).