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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.

RFID Automates Witness Program for Narcotics Disposal

Intelliguard's Waste Witness software and anesthesia station enable hospitals to capture an automatic record of when narcotics were used on a patient, by which health-care provider and, if a drug was discarded, who witnessed that event.

Security and Access Control Case Studies

Hospital Builds Intelligence One RTLS Step at a Time

St. Joseph Mercy Oakland has deployed a real-time location system that tracks the locations of staff members, patients and assets, while wayfinding will be the latest option to help visitors and patients locate their desired destination.

Security and Access Control Features

Active RFID Tracks Conditions for Exhibits Worldwide

Fortecho Solutions' 433 MHz-based technology ensures the best conditions for artwork at five of the largest art institutes in the world, as well as mobile and private collections, leveraging RFID transmission technology from Wavetrend.

Security and Access Control Editor's Notes

Smart Guns Should Be an Option

For gun owners, police departments and others, RFID-enabled guns could offer protection, but funding is needed to bring a viable product to market.

Security and Access Control Expert Views

IoT: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Choosing the right platform can provide the necessary security levels and reduce how much time companies spend testing and deploying security measures.

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

  • Home Router Security: The Buck Stops Where?
    Published June 2019
    Cybercrime is a major concern, stemming from the inherent vulnerabilities in Internet of Things devices and home routers. Who should consumers look to for home network security? Network operators can provide multi-layered security without users having to carry out elaborate downloads or installations. HardenStance's Patrick Donegan examines why it's up to network operators to offer network-level security to consumers' connected devices. (7 pages)
  • IoT in the Enterprise: An Analysis of Traffic and Threats
    Published May 2019
    Enterprises have been adopting IoT products to improve organizational efficiency, enhance communications and gain insights into system performance, but such rapid adoption has opened up new attack vectors for cybercriminals. Zscaler's ThreatLabZ research team analyzed one month of data for recent IoT device footprints, based on traffic in the Zscaler cloud. This report details the results. (12 pages)
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