The Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC), Thursday, assured that their portal and server have been secured for digital transmission of votes on the 2023 common elections.
The INEC Head of Info Communication Expertise (ICT), Mr Chukwuemeka Nnaji, disclosed this in an interactive session organised by the administration of the fee at Anambra state headquarters of the fee.
He stated the fee would retailer their data on cloud with enough safety, having put into issues, actions of Web hackers and different technical hitches that have an effect on on-line enterprise.
Additionally talking, the INEC Administrative Secretary in Anambra state, Mr Jude Okwuonu, defined that with digital transmission of outcomes, Bimodal Voting and Accreditation System (BVAS) and different improvements launched by the fee, it could be tough to govern the election.
Okwuonu additionally disclosed that the digital switch of outcomes and different improvements introduced into the system by the Fee have been making ready floor for digital voting and different issues in future elections.
He additional assured those that participated on the lately concluded steady voters registration train that the fee would guarantee they accumulate their Everlasting Voters’ Playing cards (PVC) earlier than the 2023 common elections.
Different administration workers of the fee equally used the event to enumerate different measures they put in place legally and in any other case to make sure that the 2023 ballot was transperance and hitch-free.