RFID Security~tqw~ darksiderg

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RFID Security reveals the motives of RFID hackers and then explains how to
protect systems. Coverage includes how to prevent attackers from exploiting
security breaches for monetary gain (hacking a store’s RFID system would allow a
hacker to lower the pricing on any product); how to protect the supply chain
(malicious/mischievous hackers can delete/alter/modify all identifying
information for an entire shipment of products); and how to protect personal
privacy (privacy advocates fear that RFID tags embedded in products, which
continue to transmit information after leaving a store, will be used to track
consumer habits).

· Understand RFID Standards
Learn the various country, application, and vendor frequencies and classes of

· Manipulate Tag Data
See how someone looking to steal multiple items could change the data on the
tags attached to those items.

· Implement Security Measures
Understand the types of RFID attacks to see how someone might try to steal a
single object or even try to prevent sales at a single store or chain of stores.

· Review Tag Encoding and Tag Application Attacks
Review man-in-the-middle attacks, as well as chip clones, tracking, and
disruption attacks to RFID systems.

· Prevent Unauthorized Access
Ensure secure communications by deploying RFID middleware.

· Prevent Backend Communication Attacks
Prevent man-in-the-middle and TCP replay attacks on the backend.

· Assess the Risk and Vulnerability of Implementing RFID
Learn the questions to ask to determine the risks to your company.

Table of Contents
Ch. 1 What is RFID? 3
Ch. 2 RFID uses 29
Ch. 3 Threat and target identification 57
Ch. 4 RFID attacks : tag encoding attacks 67
Ch. 5 RFID attacks : tag application attacks 83
Ch. 6 RFID attacks : securing communications using RFID middleware 101
Ch. 7 RFID security : attacking the backend 153
Ch. 8 Management of RFID security 169
Ch. 9 Case study : using commerce events AdaptLink to secure the DOD supply
network - leveraging the DOD RFID mandate 181

Product Details

* ISBN: 1597490474


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