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DEFINITION: An RFID virus is malicious code inserted into an RFID tag to alter or corrupt data in an RFID (radio frequency identification) system. The deliberate creation and spreading of this type of virus is called RFID hacking. RFID technology, which uses tiny radio frequency (RF) transmitters and receivers to uniquely identify objects, is an increasingly popular alternative to bar code technology in supply  … 
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RFID Systems Reports
 
Building trust in the security of RFID systems
sponsored by ComputerWeekly.com
ESSENTIAL GUIDE: This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security Thesis Series looks at the growing need for automated tools to verify protocols and address concerns over security and privacy.
Posted: 12 Mar 2015 | Published: 12 Mar 2015

TOPICS:  RFID | Security
ComputerWeekly.com

Big data: Lessons from the leaders
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ESSENTIAL GUIDE: This research from the Economist Intelligence Unit assess how far companies have progressed in their use of big data and examines how they can turn it to business advantage.
Posted: 14 Sep 2012 | Published: 14 Sep 2012

ComputerWeekly.com

Practical Uses for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology in Manufacturing and Distribution Applications
sponsored by Intermec
WHITE PAPER: More than a great technology, RFID is an excellent business tool that helps manage supply chains, increase margins and profits, and decrease costs.
Posted: 04 Mar 2009 | Published: 04 Mar 2009

Intermec

Real Time Information for the Pervasive Enterprise
sponsored by Infosys Technologies Limited
PRODUCT LITERATURE: Real-time visibility into operations enables response to market dynamics and competition. Read this paper to learn how to leverage pervasive technologies to transform an organization into a pervasive enterprise.
Posted: 14 May 2007 | Published: 01 Oct 2006

Infosys Technologies Limited

Long Distance Supply Chain Optimization: Shifting from Local to Global Networks
sponsored by Infor
PRODUCT LITERATURE: A long distance sourcing solution can provide a real-time link between logistics, material planning, manufacturing, inventory control and supply chain execution.
Posted: 10 Nov 2006 | Published: 01 Nov 2006

Infor

Shrinking the Supply Chain Expands the Return: The ROI of RFID in the Supply Chain
sponsored by Motorola, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: There are many business benefits of implementing RFID within your organization. Read this white paper for an in-depth look at the business case for implementing RFID technology within your supply line and what ROI results can be expected from this ...
Posted: 05 Jun 2007 | Published: 01 Aug 2006

Motorola, Inc.

Item-level RFID Tagging and the Intelligent Apparel Supply Chain
sponsored by Motorola, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This paper provides an overview of item-level radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging in the apparel supply chain. It explains the evolution of RFID technology and details key benefits when utilized by retailers, distribution and logistics providers, and manufacturers.
Posted: 16 Feb 2011 | Published: 16 Feb 2011

Motorola, Inc.

Advanced RFID Measurements: Basic Theory to Protocol Conformance Test
sponsored by National Instruments
WHITE PAPER: As RFID adoption continues to grow, engineers are faced with an increasing need to validate tags both for interoperability with products from other vendors and for conformance with the specified protocol.
Posted: 21 Jul 2008 | Published: 01 Jan 2006

National Instruments

How RFID Technology Can Enhance Your Asset Management Program
sponsored by Infor
WHITE PAPER: With today's RFID technology, more data can be gathered faster and less expensively than ever before. Read this white paper and learn how RFID can help you gain significant time savings and enable better asset management.
Posted: 01 Mar 2007 | Published: 01 Feb 2007

Infor

Tip-Guide: Demand-driven supply chain innovations center on analytics, mobile ID
sponsored by SAP America, Inc.
EGUIDE: In this expert tip guide, readers will learn details around the recent advances in automatic identification and data capture (AIDC), especially item-level radio frequency identification (RFID) and smartphone-based social media and scanning applications for consumers, as well as new applications of supply chain analytics.
Posted: 04 Nov 2011 | Published: 04 Nov 2011

SAP America, Inc.
 
 
RFID SYSTEMS DEFINITION (continued): …  chain management. RFID does not require direct contact or line-of-sight scanning. Instead, RFID tagging uses small transponders, called tags, for identification and tracking purposes. The total system includes: Transponders placed on or in objects to be identified A set of read/write devices at security checkpoints A host system application for data collection, processing and transmission An identification database, also known as a back-end databaseIf the back-end database is altered or corrupted, an entire security network can be compromised. For example, the system may interpret a bogus … 
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