Blog Posts Tagged with "RFID"

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New Passive RFID Tech Poses Threat to Enterprise IoT

September 11, 2019 Added by:Sam Bocetta

The accelerating pace of RFID tech will make our lives more convenient. With greater convenience, however, comes a greater need for security solutions.

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Off Topic: What to do about Conspiracy Theorists?

May 21, 2012 Added by:Joel Harding

I received an alert recently about an article dealing with Electronic Warfare or EW. Since EW has always been one of the components of Information Operations I decided to take a look. Mistake. My very first indicator, before I even had to think, was that the title was in ALL CAPS...

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Medical Devices and Electromagnetic Interference

November 29, 2011 Added by:shawn merdinger

Enamored by technology, we tend to place tremendous faith in electronic gadgets that “just seem to work” – perhaps we are lulled into a sense of technical complacency by the general reliability of technology around us? Do we even have insight into the potential EMI problems?

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A Carrot for Chip and PIN

August 25, 2011 Added by:PCI Guru

EMV and contactless technologies do not entirely solve the fraud problem. While they minimize fraud in the case of card present transactions, they do not even address fraud in card not present transactions. And it is in card not present transactions where fraud is most prevalent...

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Decade's Top Ten Technology Panics

January 10, 2011 Added by:Headlines

Some of the items are expected, and some obvious choices are not in the mix. Nonetheless, they make for an interesting read and good fodder for reminiscing some of the low-lights of the past decade...

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Do You Know Where Your Car's Tires Are?

August 12, 2010 Added by:Ron Baklarz

Researchers from Rutgers University and University of South Carolina discovered that each of the tires sensors has a unique 32-bit ID that is communicated along with their pressure readings between the RFID tag and the control unit in an unencrypted stream...

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