A blog with comments from SecureRF about anti-counterfeiting and supply chain risk management, along with security and privacy issues related to NFC, Radio Frequency Identification, embedded systems and other low-resource computing devices and the Internet of Things.

Louis Parks Named Chair of AIM’s RFID Experts Group

AIM has announced new leadership for the association’s key committees in 2015. Louis Parks has been named chair of the RFID Experts Group (REG) which is responsible for addressing the standards and issues associated with RFID. The REG is currently… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in AIM Global, News & Events, RFID, RFID Technology

SecureRF Announces Secure NFC Tag for the Internet of Things Featuring PKI Authentication

We are pleased to announce the availability of the LIME Tag™ NX01, a secure Near Field Communication (NFC) tag that utilizes Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology to deliver identification and authentication solutions that require no database or Internet connectivity when… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in Near Field Communication, News & Events, NFC, Secure NFC Tags, Security, Sensor Tags, Temperature Sensor, Veridify

SecureRF Honored for Cutting-Edge Cybersecurity Innovations for the Internet of Things

SecureRF Corporation was recognized by The Security Innovation Network™ (SINET) for delivering the most advanced anti-counterfeiting solutions for high-value products in both the commercial and defense sectors. The “SINET 16″ winners are “best-of-class” security companies addressing industry and government’s most… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in Homeland Security, Internet of Things, News & Events, Security, Security Threats, Uncategorized

Recruiting at the College Level – Advice for Students

Last week SecureRF had the opportunity to participate in a career fair sponsored by the University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering. There were 60 firms participating that day plus another 60 who attended another fair earlier in the month. The… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in Internet of Things, News & Events

How Big is Your Key?

In providing cryptography solutions for wireless sensors and other devices in the Internet of Things we are often asked, “Can the encryption be cracked?” We think this is the wrong question to ask when evaluating a cipher. Rather, we feel… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in Cryptography, News & Events, RSA, Security, Security Functions, Uncategorized