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Security and Access Control News

This section includes articles about how companies are using RFID to control access to buildings and networks, protect products from theft and counterfeiting, and secure goods in transit.

TSA Installs RFID-enabled Screening System at Atlanta Airport to Cut Wait Times

The U.S. agency is piloting an automated system for screening carry-on bags and items that uses RFID-tagged bins, linking each bin's tag ID with photo and X-ray images of its contents.

Security and Access Control Case Studies

Maine Schools Adopt Affordable Emergency-Alert Solution

A beacon-based system provides real-time location information at the press of a smartphone's button.

Security and Access Control Features

RFID Benefits at Business Events

Monitoring attendees can help conference organizers plan and deliver better shows, and provide exhibitors with more qualified sales leads.

Security and Access Control Editor's Notes

The Internet of Hacked Things

A New York Times story says security is going to be a major problem for the Internet of Things.

Security and Access Control Expert Views

An Industry With 'High' Growth Potential

There are many ways in which RFID hardware and software could effectively help the marijuana industry monitor the production, shipment and sale of pot.

Security and Access Control Best Practices

Seven Strategies to Fund RFID Projects

Creative thinking can help you deploy a radio frequency identification system—without breaking the bank.

Security and Access Control Videos

Security and Access Control White Papers

  • Security Solutions and Services for the IoT
    Published May 2016
    Security is a major industry concern that could significantly slow Internet of Things market growth. IoT security is a multi-layered problem, with the added complexity of practical implementation challenges arising from supplier diversity and legacy systems. Gemalto's François Ennesser and InterDigital's Yogendra Shah explain how the global oneM2M standard provides a horizontal architecture for common IoT application-enablement services, such as security. With the oneM2M architecture, IoT application developers and service providers can collaborate within a common security framework to enable multiple IoT applications using shared service resources. (9 pages)
  • Simplifying Security for IoT Device Engineers and Manufacturers
    Published May 2016
    The idea of providing network security to legacy embedded systems and the latest IoT devices is taking hold in the marketplace, but most vendors offer a single component, like a secure boot or a simple encrypted connection, without addressing other common attack vectors. The lack of product depth among software vendors is forcing engineers to integrate a confusing array of components from many sources, only to find that they do not play well together or impose an unwieldy demand on scarce system resources. Icon Labs' Dave West outlines four device classes with common security concerns. (5 pages)
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