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Title Security in RFID and sensor networks / edited by Yan Zhang, Paris Kitsos
Published Boca Raton : CRC Press, [2009]
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Description 1 online resource (1 volume (various pagings)) : illustrations
Series Wireless networks and mobile communications
Wireless networks and mobile communications series.
Contents Front Cover; Security in RFID and Sensor Networks; Contents; Editors; Contributors; Part I: Security in RFID; Chapter 1: Multi-Tag RFID Systems; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Multi-Tag Approach; 1.2.1 Optimal Placement of Multi-Tags; 1.3 Experimental Equipment and Setup; 1.4 Experimental Results; 1.4.1 Linear Antennas; 1.4.2 Circular Antennas; 1.5 Importance of Tag Orientation; 1.6 Controlling Experimental Variables; 1.6.1 Tag Variability; 1.6.2 Reader Variability; 1.7 Object Detection in the Presence of Metals and Liquids; 1.8 Effect of Object Quantity on Detection
1.12.5 Summary of Multi-Tag Economics1.13 Conclusion; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter 2: Attacking RFID Systems; 2.1 Introduction; 2.1.1 Background; 2.1.2 Attack Objectives; 2.1.3 Security Needs; 2.2 Main Security Concerns; 2.2.1 Privacy; 2.2.2 Tracking; 2.3 Tags and Readers; 2.3.1 Operating Frequencies and Reading Distances; 2.3.2 Eavesdropping; 2.3.3 Authentication; 2.3.4 Skimming; 2.3.5 Cloning and Physical Attacks; 2.3.6 Replay and Relay Attacks; 2.3.7 Hiding; 2.3.8 Deactivating; 2.3.9 Cryptographic Vulnerabilities; 2.4 Back-End Database; 2.4.1 Tag Counterfeiting and Duplication
1.9 Effect of Multi-Tags on Anticollision Algorithms1.10 Multi-Tags as Security Enhancers; 1.10.1 Chaffing and Winnowing; 1.10.2 Preventing Side-Channel Attacks; 1.10.3 Splitting ID among Multi-Tags; 1.11 Applications of Multi-Tags; 1.11.1 Reliability; 1.11.2 Availability; 1.11.3 Safety; 1.11.4 Object Location; 1.11.5 Packaging; 1.11.6 Theft Prevention; 1.11.7 Tagging Bulk Materials; 1.12 Economics of Multi-Tags; 1.12.1 Costs and Benefits of Multi-Tags; 1.12.2 Tag Manufacturing Yield Issues; 1.12.3 RFID Demand Drivers; 1.12.4 Cost-Effective Tag Design Techniques
2.4.2 EPC Network: ONS Attacks2.4.3 Virus Attacks; References; Chapter 3: RFID Relay Attacks: System Analysis, Modeling, and Implementation; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Common Attacks on RFID Devices; 3.2.1 Replay Attacks; 3.2.2 Power Analysis Attacks; 3.2.3 Relay Attacks; 3.3 RFID System Model; 3.3.1 Application Software (APP); 3.3.2 Initialization and Anticollision Protocol (MAC); 3.3.3 Coder; 3.3.4 Modulator; On-Off Keying (OOK); Bipolar Phase Shift Keying (BPSK); Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK); 3.3.5 Demodulator; 3.3.6 Channel; 3.4 System Architecture
3.4.1 Channel Link Budget3.4.1.1 Received Power; Tag to Reader Link Range Calculation; 3.4.2 Multi-Protocol Support; Frequency Scanning; FPGA; Fractional-N Synthesizer; Loop Filter; VCO; 3.4.3 Smart Antennas; Beamforming; Beam-Selection; Switch and Stay; Switch and Compare; 3.4.4 Improving the Attack; Improving the Security; Increasing Channel Capacity; General Implementation Comments on Smart Antennas; 3.5 System Delay; 3.6 Relay Attack Implementation; 3.6.1 Using the DSP
Summary In the past several years, there has been an increasing trend in the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) as well as in the integration of both systems due to their complementary nature, flexible combination, and the demand for ubiquitous computing. As always, adequate security remains one of the open areas of concern before wide deployment of RFID and WSNs can be achieved. Security in RFID and Sensor Networks is the first book to offer a comprehensive discussion on the security challenges and solutions in RFID, WSNs, and integrated RFID and WSNs, pr
Notes "An Auerbach book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes English
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Subject Radio frequency identification systems -- Security measures
Sensor networks -- Security measures
RFID -- säkerhetsaspekter.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Technical & Manufacturing Industries & Trades.
Trådlösa lokala nätverk -- säkerhetsaspekter.
Form Electronic book
Author Kitsos, Paris.
Zhang, Yan, 1977-
ISBN 1322629692