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Teaching RFID information systems security to non-RF students

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1 Author(s)
Dale R. Thompson ; Department of computer science and Computer Engineering, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 72701 USA

Radio frequency identification (RFID) information systems provide information to users about objects with RFID tags. RFID systems require the application of information systems security (INFOSEC) to protect the information from tampering, unauthorized information disclosure, and denial of service to authorized users. A series of modules is being developed that integrates both RFID and security to improve the quality of nation-wide education in RFID INFOSEC. The new learning materials and teaching strategies are being field tested to undergraduate computer engineering and computer science students that do not have a radio frequency (RF) background. However, the students require critical elements of RF engineering to understand these systems. Therefore, RF engineering modules were designed for non-RF students.

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Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference, 2009. WAMICON '09. IEEE 10th Annual

Date of Conference:

20-21 April 2009