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Author Li, T
Title Radio Frequency Identification System Security : RFIDsec'11 Asia Workshop Proceedings
Imprint Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2011
©2011
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Descript 1 online resource (172 pages)
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Series Cryptology and Information Security Series
Cryptology and Information Security Series
Note Title page -- Preface -- Organization of the 2011 Workshop on RFID Security (RFIDsec'11 Asia) 6-8 April, 2011, Wuxi, China -- Contents -- Invited Paper -- Passive Black-Box Cryptanalysis of an Ultralightweight Protocol After Eavesdropping One Authentication Session -- Regular Papers -- A Fine-Grained Authentication Method for Inter-Domain EPCglobal Network -- RFID Mutual Authentication Protocols with Universally Composable Security -- On False Authentications for C1G2 Passive RFID Tags -- Attacks and Improvements to a New RFID Authentication Protocol -- RFID Electronic Visa with Personalized Verification -- A Sub-0.5V Lattice-Based Public-Key Encryption Scheme for RFID Platforms in 130nm CMOS -- Low-Cost RFID Tags as IPv6 Nodes in the Internet of Things -- MEED: A Memory-Efficient Distance Bounding Protocol with Error Detection -- Integrated EPC Information Service Authentication Using OpenID in Cross Domains -- Subject Index -- Author Index
This book, which forms part of the Cryptology and Information Security Series (CISS), presents the collected papers from the 2011 Workshop - 'RFIDsec'11 Asia' - on RFID security, co-hosted by Peking University and Penn State University in Wuxi, China, in April 2011. RFIDsec Asia is the Asian counterpart of the earlier RFID security workshop, RFIDsec, which was set up in 2005. It provides an Asia-based forum to address fundamental issues in theory and practice related to security and privacy issues, designs, standards and case studies in the development of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems, EPC global networks and the Internet of Things (IoT). The program of the 2011 workshop consists of one invited paper and a further nine papers, which were selected following a rigorous reviewing process by the Program Committee members and external reviewers. The papers cover many interesting topics in the realm of RFID security, including distance bounding and mutual authentication protocols, public key cryptography implementation and the Internet of Things
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Li, T. Radio Frequency Identification System Security : RFIDsec'11 Asia Workshop Proceedings Amsterdam : IOS Press,c2011 9781607507215
Subject Radio frequency identification systems -- Security measures -- Congresses
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Alt Author Chu, C.-H
Wang, P
Wang, G
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