Future Generation Communication and Networking (2007)
Jeju Island, Korea
Dec. 6, 2007 to Dec. 8, 2007
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/FGCN.2007.35
Radio Frequency Identification(RFID) has been consid- ered as an key infrastructure for the ubiquitous society. However, due to the inherent drawbacks, RFID causes var- ious security threats like privacy problems, tag cloning, etc. To address these issues, lots of works had been pro- posed, but most are not conformed to the EPCglobal RFID Gen2 standard. Some Gen2-conformed schemes have the obstacles in implementations since they require the modifi- cations of the standard and additional hardware-level im- plementations of the tags and readers. This paper proposes a novel practical approach, which are fully conformed to EPCglobal RFID Gen2 standard, for enhancing security of currently used RFID Gen2 tags against the various security threats.
J. Park, J. Na and M. Kim, "A Practical Approach for Enhancing Security of EPCglobal RFID Gen2 Tag," 2007 International Conference on Future Generation Communication and Networking(FGCN), Jeju, 2007, pp. 436-441.