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SecureRF was recognized and exhibited at the Connecticut Technology Council's 2013 Connecticut Innovation Summit on November 7, 2013. SecureRF was named a 2013 Tech Company to watch by the CTC.
SecureRF exhibited at the 4th Annual Auto-ID & Sensing EXPO -- NFC, RFID, Bar Code, GPS and more! This was sponsored by the MIT Enterprise Forum's NFC Cluster on Thursday, June 13, 2013 at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA.
SecureRF's CEO, Louis Parks, spoke at the Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Electronic Supply Chain Symposium West on December 5, 2012 in Anaheim, CA. His topic was "A Public Key Method for Item-Level Identification and Authentication of Electronic Parts." www.smta.org/counterfeit.
SecureRF was recognized as a Company to Watch at the 2012 Connecticut Innovation Summit in New Haven, CT on November 1. This annual event is hosted by the Connecticut Technology Council and Crossroads Venture Group.
SecureRF exhibited at the Auto-ID & Sensing Solutions Expo, sponsored by the MIT Enterprise Forum's NFC Cluster on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 in Cambridge, MA.
Louis Parks (CEO) presented at the IEEE Innovation Forum, sponsored by the IEEE Long Island Section Computer Society on Monday December 5, 2011 at Hofstra University.
SecureRF was recognized as a 2011 Company to Watch at the 2011 Cantor Colburn / CCAT Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summit - October 27, 2011 in New Haven, CT. Learn more.
Louis Parks (CEO) and Brian A. Marks (Special Counsel and Administrative Officer) were part of a panel presentation organized by the MIT Entrerprise Forum of CT and CTech titled "Selling a Venture" on 9/15/2011.
Louis Parks presented at the RFID Security Alliance monthly teleconference on Wednesday, 9/14/2011. The topic was "New Applications of RFID in Educational Settings." More information about future meetings is at http://www.rfidsecurityalliance.org/upevents.htm.
SecureRF participated in the GS1 UHF Air Interface workgroup meetings in New York (March) and Graz, Austria (May).
SecureRF was at RFID Journal LIVE! 2011 in Orlando, FL. We participated in the DASH7 member meeting on April 11-12 and exhibited in the DASH7 booth on April 12-14. Louis Parks spoke at RFID Journal LIVE! 2011 with other members of the RFID Security Alliance in Orlando, FL. Their session, in the How to Deploy RFID track, is titled How to Keep RFID Data Secure. Get Louis' presentation and learn more about what we demonstrated.
Members of the RFID Security Alliance will be discussing the show at our next call on April 20 at 1 PM ET.
SecureRF was part of a program titled "Technology Innovation Funding for Small Businesses and Exporting" presented by the CT SBIR office and U.S. Department of Commerce on February 14, 2011 in Berlin, CT and March 25 in Bridgeport, CT.
SecureRF was part of a presentation and discussion titled "The Role of Small Technology Firms in Innovation and Job Growth: Future Prospects for Connecticut" given to the State of Connecticut Legislative Commerce Committee on February 3, 2011 in Hartford, CT.
SecureRF was at the DASH7 Alliance Annual Meeting on January 31 - February 2, 2011 in San Diego, CA.
Louis Parks led the RFID Security Alliance meeting discussion on DASH7 and Security on December 8, 2010.
Louis Parks was part of the DASH7 Security Webinar on November 17, 2010. This webinar provided a timely look at the challenges of securing wireless platforms as well as a review of the protocols and frameworks now under consideration for the DASH7 platform.
SecureRF attended the GE ecomagination Challenge awards ceremony on November 16, 2010. SecureRF is one of a dozen new partnerships GE has formed to enable the acceleration and commercialization of technologies to help build the next-generation power grid.
SecureRF was part of panel discussion about the DASH7 wireless data technology at the November 15th meeting of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge RFID SIG (Auto-ID and Sensing Solutions).
Business Special: Grant Opportunities for Technology Innovation at the Westport Public Library on November 10th. Federally-funded grants for technology innovation can be advantageous for small businesses, manufacturers, or new technology-related businesses. Merrie London, Manager of Connecticut Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR), Louis Parks of SecureRF, and Kate Hohorst of Student Employment Systems shared their knowledge and experience.
On November 9th, the New Jersey Technology Council presented Top Twelve Technology Trends and Presentations from the Winners of the Mid-Atlantic Innovation Competition. SecureRF was a runner up and exhibited.
SecureRF was recognized as a 2010 Company to Watch at the CTC's Innovation & Entrepreneurship Summit - September 2010 in New Haven, CT
SecureRF has been chosen as one of the 3 United States East Coast Finalists in the Best Security SME category of the Global Security Challenge Competition 2010. Louis Parks presented our innovation at the GSC East Coast Regional Final, in Washington, DC.
SecureRF attended the National Science Foundation Phase II SBIR Grantees Conference on May 17-20, 2010.
SecureRF exhibited in the poster fair at the National SBIR Conference in Hartford, CT on April 22, 2010.
Louis Parks was part of a panel presentation with other RFID Security Alliance Members at INTERPHEX 2010 on April 21 in NYC. He was also interviewed by Pharmtech.com.
SecureRF exhibited at the MIT Entreprenuer's Forum, RFID SIG, AutoID and Sensing Expo - October 2009 in Cambridge, MA.
SecureRF was a semi-finalist at the Global Security Challenge US Eastern regionals - September 18, 2009 in Washington, D.C.
SecureRF was recognized as a Company to Watch at the CTC's Innovation & Entrepreneurship Summit - September 2009 in New Haven, CT
Deb Santy, director of Connecticut's SBIR program, and Louis Parks, SBIR winner and President/CEO of SecureRF, were interviewed by Jeff Sherman on Wesleyan's radio show for entrepreneurs, "The Business Buzz" on August 7, 2009 on WESU (88.1 FM). They discussed how SecureRF has commercially leveraged the SBIR program right from the start of their first Phase I grant.
Louis Parks, CEO, gave a presentation at the IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications, and Technology Conference in Farmingdale, NY on May 1, 2009 titled Strong Security Solutions for Low-resource Devices - the Algebraic Eraser™.
Louis Parks, CEO, moderated a panel discussion about RFID security for the pharmaceutical industry with other members of the RFID Security Alliance at INTEPHEX 2009 in New York, NY on March 17, 2009. View the RFIDSA press release.
CEO Louis Parks moderated a panel discussion at the National SBIR Conference in Hartford, CT on November 13, 2008.
SecureRF was honored as a Connecticut Technology Council’s Innovation Pipeline “Companies to Watch” Award winner on September 16, 2008. Visit http://www.ct.org/2008_IPA_C2W_AwardWinners.htm to see all the winners or read our press release.
Joanne Kelleher was part of a panel discussion, along with other members of the RFID Security Alliance, called RFID Security Should Not Be An Afterthought at RFID World on September 9, 2008. View the press release to learn more.
Louis Parks spoke about What Do We Really Mean By Security for RFID -- And How Much Is Enough? at INTERPHEX 2008. The INTERPHEX conference is for pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors. View our press release.
SecureRF was selected to present at Red Herring East 2007 in Boston. Louis Parks discussed how we are bringing the world's first security solution for RFID to market.
Read our press release.
SecureRF exhibited at RFID Journal LIVE! 2007 and debuted our LIME Tag™ - the first Gen 2 RFID tag with Onboard Security features and cold chain management functions.
Read our press release: LIME Tag from SecureRF to Debut at RFID Journal LIVE! 2007
CEO Louis Parks spoke about RFID in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain - Security challenges and opportunities at INTERPHEX 2007.
Read our press release about his presentation. The INTERPHEX conference is for pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors.
One of SecureRF's co-founders, Dr. Dorian Goldfeld (Columbia University), spoke at the American Mathematical Society's 2007 Spring Eastern Section Meeting in the Special Session on Mathematical Aspects of Cryptography.
Members of SecureRF attended RFID World 2007, the largest international conference and exhibition on RFID.
Dr. Michael Anshel (CCNY) and Louis Parks (SecureRF's CEO) gave a presentation called Combating Dangerous Doses: An RFID Response to Attacks on the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain at the 2nd Annual Conference on Computer and Human Error 2006.
Dr. Dorian Goldfeld (Columbia University) spoke about the Algebraic Eraser at the Second CAISS Conference in Scientific Computing called Various Faces of Cryptography.
At the Embedded Systems Conference Boston 2006, SecureRF was recognized for being a "Disruptive Technology" that would change the industry.
Louis Parks, CEO of SecureRF, spoke at the RFID Applications 2006 conference. The topic was RFID in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain - Security challenges and opportunities.