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A Layered Approach to Design of Light-Weight Middleware Systems for Mobile RFID Security (SMRM : Secure Mobile RFID Middleware System)

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5 Author(s)
Namje Park ; Information Security Research Division, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea, namjepark@etri.re.kr ; Jooyoung Lee ; Howon Kim ; Kyoil Chung
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Recently, RFID (radio frequency identification) technology is practically applied to a number of logistics processes as well as asset management, and RFID is also expected to be permeated in our daily life with the name of 'ubiquitous computing' or 'ubiquitous network' within the near future. The global R&D groups now have paid attention to integrate RFID with mobile devices as well as to associate it with the existing mobile telecommunication networks. Such a converged technology and services would lead to make new markets and research challenges. However, the privacy violation on tagged products has become a stumbling block. We propose a light-weight security mechanism which is constructed by mobile RFID security mechanism based on WIPI (wireless Internet platform for interoperability). WIPI-based light-weight mobile RFID security platform can be applicable to various mobile RFID services that have strong security requirements in mobile environments

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2006 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium NOMS 2006

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3-7 April 2006