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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.

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

#IoTChat: Internet of Things Twittersphere Chats Evolve

In exactly 24 hours we’ll start the first #IoTChat! Aug 6, 11am PT / 2pm ET – A new discussion on #IoT! — InternetofThings (@Cisco_IoT) August 5, 2014   #IoTChat is Cisco’s Internet of Things (IoT) community discussion on Twitter… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in Internet of Everything, Internet of Things, News & Events

“Security Is Not Just Encrypting Data…”

When I meet people and they ask me what my company does, the dialogue in 2010 often used to go like this: Them: “What do you do?” Me: “My company provides security solutions for wireless sensors and RFID.” Them: “Oh,… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in authentication, News & Events, security, Security Functions

The Growing Number of Events About the “Internet of Things”

I commented in a blog post last spring that “You know when you start seeing a lot of new conferences and forums around a particular technology that it is getting to be a hot topic.” Then it was in reference… (Continue Reading)

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Posted in AIM Global, Internet of Everything, Internet of Things, News & Events, RFID

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