The feel-safe quotient with radio-frequency identification technology that spread in credit cards, passports, and office passes may become a chimera if the thin layer of security is breached by hackers. The technology, already a staple of industries, serving well for automated identification of physical objects and warehouses including supply chains, can also be abused. Reflecting the concern over the consequences of RFID technology being compromised, a Singapore-based academic has proposed a wider review of security protocols in the expanding technology.
Researcher Develops Better Safeguards For RFID Technology
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