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Pragmatic insecurity: How staff ID cards render infosec defunct

Pragmatic insecurity: How staff ID cards render infosec defunct

Wayne sees security as a human problem.
Darren Pauli Jul 22 2011, 8:16AM Security
Photo gallery: CeBIT 2011

Photo gallery: CeBIT 2011

CRN walks you through the show floor of Australia's biggest IT expo.
Jun 1 2011, 9:35AM Photos
Logistics: Swings & roundabouts

Logistics: Swings & roundabouts

Logistics is getting smarter thanks to data warehousing and business intelligence.
Anthony Caruana Jun 9 2010, 3:58PM Hardware
Wireless channels still growing

Wireless channels still growing

WLAN and RFID markets remain buoyant, according to analysts.
Doug Woodburn Dec 15 2009, 9:02AM Hardware
RFID starts to find its place in life

RFID starts to find its place in life

RFID has moved beyond the hype into a potentially game-changing technology.
Munir Kotadia Oct 27 2009, 4:21PM Mobility
NSW seeks to build unhackable netbook network

NSW seeks to build unhackable netbook network

The world's "most hostile computing environment".
Brett Winterford Sep 24 2009, 12:38AM Software
Little Brother: How RFIDs in everyday objects could make easy targets for hackers

Little Brother: How RFIDs in everyday objects could make easy targets for hackers

Security and privacy advocates argue that RFID tags could make it easier for hackers to target our private information, as RFIDs permeate every facet of everyday life
Daniel Long Jul 22 2009, 2:46PM Hardware
Passive RFID users granted four-watt reprieve

Passive RFID users granted four-watt reprieve

Ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID devices up to four watts have been approved for use by the Australian Communications and Media Authority following four years of successful tests.
Staff Writers Jan 17 2009, 8:04AM Hardware
Intermec releases Computer and RFID Reader deployment kit

Intermec releases Computer and RFID Reader deployment kit

Intermec has released a Device Deployment Kit to support Microsoft BizTalk RFID Mobile.
Staff Writers Dec 18 2008, 6:00AM Mobility
Recall brings RFID carton tracking online

Recall brings RFID carton tracking online

Document management firm Recall has rolled out a carton-based RFID tagging system across its 20 local information centres and will now look at taking the system down to the paper file level as well.
Ry Crozier Nov 15 2008, 8:22AM Data centre
Change-room mirror likes what you’re wearing

Change-room mirror likes what you’re wearing

NEC Australia has developed an innovative 'magic mirror' prototype that can display information relating to garments as people try them on in-store.
Ry Crozier Oct 27 2008, 10:08AM Collaboration
Researchers hack US RFID passports

Researchers hack US RFID passports

Tags can be cloned from 50 metres.
Iain Thomson Oct 25 2008, 9:15AM Security
Opinion: Smile, you're on RFID

Opinion: Smile, you're on RFID

Here at Microsoft's TechEd conference most things are easy to find.
Ian Yates Sep 5 2008, 3:45PM Software
Microsoft tracks people with RFID tags

Microsoft tracks people with RFID tags

Breeze Consulting is creating one of the largest non-traditional RFID networks assembled in Australia to track certain people movements at Microsoft Tech Ed in Sydney.
Ry Crozier Aug 20 2008, 9:37AM Mobility
RFID tuned into channel frequency

RFID tuned into channel frequency

VARs will benefit from the technology in the second half of 2008.
Sam Trendall Aug 12 2008, 2:42PM Mobility
Intel sells off RFID chip biz

Intel sells off RFID chip biz

Intel has sold an RFID reader business it developed to fellow vendor Impinj. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Shaun Nichols Jul 14 2008, 3:40PM Mobility
RFID sector to be worth $9.7b by 2013

RFID sector to be worth $9.7b by 2013

Technology enjoying 'robust' growth.
Robert Jaques May 26 2008, 8:23AM Hardware
Sybase and Peacock partner for mobile RFID

Sybase and Peacock partner for mobile RFID

Enterprise infrastructure and mobile software company, Peacock Bros has joined the Sybase Business Solutions Alliance (BSA) to market Sybase RFID Anywhere as part of its data capture solution for the transport & logistics, manufacturing and healthcare sectors.

Staff Writers Nov 20 2007, 6:55AM Hardware
RFID maker gags security researcher

RFID maker gags security researcher

Patent claim used to prevent RFID hacking demonstration.
Tom Sanders Mar 1 2007, 3:25PM Security
Half a billion RFID tags shipped world wide

Half a billion RFID tags shipped world wide

More than 565 million high-frequency RFID integrated circuits were shipped in 2005, according to the latest findings of ABI Research's RFID Tag IC Market Sizing Database.
Robert Jaques Aug 31 2006, 9:39AM Security

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