General Session: Security and Privacy in RFID

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RFID systems and applications consistently gain in maturity, becoming increasingly automated and continually enabling new heights of process sophistication. The result is an improved and more convenient world in which logistical streams of goods are transparent, people and objects can be uniquely identified and transactions take place at lightning speeds. With these new and innovative capabilities, however, come threats to privacy, denial-of-service and replay attacks specifically designed for RFID, to name just a few. This presentation, recorded at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2011, discusses this new environment and its ever-changing landscape of vulnerabilities in light of specific applications, and describes specific proprietary and open technologies focused on securing RFID systems. These will be presented in regard to security strength and implementation cost.

Chris Hanebeck, VP of Product Management and Marketing, Revere Security