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RFID system claims to prevent DVD theft
Locked discs will be unplayable until activated at the point of sale.
May 14 2007 12:26PM
Microsoft touts marriage of BizTalk and RFID
Redmond teams up with Alien Technology.
May 3 2007 2:36PM
RFID maker gags security researcher
Patent claim used to prevent RFID hacking demonstration.
Mar 1 2007 8:15AM
RFID adoption held up by vicious circle
Demand will only increase when prices fall.
Dec 15 2006 9:55AM
Homeland Security committee has doubts about RFID
The use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for tracking humans took a hit in a recent study released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Emerging Applications and Integrity Advisory Committee.
Nov 2 2006 5:24PM
RFID baggage tracking cleared for take-off
Dinner in London, breakfast in New York, luggage in the Congo.
Oct 10 2006 9:53AM
RFID passports raise security fears
Information stored on RFID is at risk from skimmers, says security firm.
Sep 8 2006 10:13AM
The Month: Researchers raise concern over RFID security
Researchers have raised concerns over Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) security and privacy, just as US passports containing the tags are issued.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
Half a billion RFID tags shipped in 2005
Analysts predict rosy future worldwide.
Aug 31 2006 11:55AM
Don't get cocky about RFID
Are RFID keycards the next big thing? Only if they can see off power attacks, warns Ken Munro
Jul 12 2006 2:13PM
EC consults on RFID tags
European Commission starts public consultation on RFID privacy and frequency
Jul 11 2006 2:10PM
Tesco takes stock after RFID trials hit problems
Limitations with radio frequency identification (RFID) technology have delayed a nationwide rollout at supermarket giant Tesco by several years.
Jun 30 2006 9:58AM
Experts: RFID threat overblown
The threat of viruses in radio frequency identification chips has been vastly overstated in media reports, security experts said Thursday.
Mar 16 2006 10:07PM
Viruses threaten RFID tags
Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags are susceptible to computer viruses and can be used to corrupt RFID databases, according to new research.
Mar 15 2006 2:31PM
NCR turns to consulting to push RFID
NCR has turned towards a consultancy pitch in order to boost the sale of RFID-based infrastructure in Australia.
Mar 7 2006 1:30PM
From RSA 2006: Use caution with RFID tags
The opportunities afforded by the use of RFID tags are multiplying quickly, but experts are still advising organizations to be mindful of the security and legal implications surrounding this relatively new technology.
Feb 17 2006 7:16PM
RFID 'out of the lab': Deloitte
Deloitte has predicted that 2005 will be the year that RFID makes it "out of the lab and into the commercial world".
Feb 7 2005 3:32PM
Warehouses to go virtual
Combining technology adoption, business processes and security-oriented regulation is on the verge of creating "virtual warehouse" networks, a global service provider has predicted.
Jan 18 2005 3:15PM
Unprotected RFID could lead to corporate espionage
Companies who dismiss the privacy concerns of RFID radio tags may be opening themselves up to unexpected security risks.
Nov 4 2004 11:51AM
VIC launches RFID cluster
An RFID industry cluster has been launched in Victoria, designed to slingshot the state to the forefront of the radio frequency identification market.
Aug 12 2004 12:00AM
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