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Thursday, November 8, 18, 11:27:27, 6 Days In Business

Radio-Frequency Identification or RFID are related to small electronic devices that are comprises of an antenna and a tiny chip which in a combined form are known as RFID tag or RFID transponder. RFID devises perform the same action as performed by a magnetic strip or a bar code on the back of debit or credit cards. The small chip offers specific identifier for the object. Similar to bar code and magnetic strips, RFID cards are also scanned for identification purpose and retrieving information. ...

Saturday, November 3, 18, 22:05:20, 1 Week In Business

For companies, adopting RFID is a major expense. But if they don't take action, it could affect their business. What would happen, though, if companies could just test the water instead of jumping headfirst into adopting RFID--an alternative to bar codes--which uses radio frequency identification devices to track products? Enter Manhattan Associates' RFID in a Box. It provides all of the components and services that are needed to roll out an enterprise-wide RFID initiative (or a more limited v...

Sunday, October 21, 18, 04:38:21, 3 Weeks In Business

RFID card access systems are being used by most companies to let people within their complexes. But over the previous couple of years, researchers have shown how these systems can be easily bypassed.   Francis Brown, a partner at the computer security organization Bishop Fox, has recently been on the forefront of much of the research. In fact, he identified some of his tools and methods being used in the television program Mr. Robot, that can be noted for highly accurate technical detail....

Monday, October 15, 18, 02:11:13, 1 Month In Business

I've written before about the non-existence of RFID credit-based card offense, a least as marketed by all the sellers selling anti-RFID shielding products. I'm one of the few voices constantly stating that buying RFID-blocking wallets and handbags, sleeves and the like would be a waste material of time and money. I've frequently said that I can't find a single documented case of RFID credit card offense. Each time I write about this, I get tons of angry email from vendors of such products as wel...

Monday, October 8, 18, 07:45:51, 1 Month In Business

What is a Proximity Card? A proximity card also known as ‘prox’ cards are smart cards that have a feature of “contactless technology” and so they can be read without the help of a reader device which are required for reading magnetic strip cards such as debit or credit cards. In organizations, proximity cards are used in the form of smart cards to have control on their employees through physical access control system. Every employee is provided with a proximity...

Monday, September 24, 18, 07:33:39, 2 Months In Business

What is Access Control? Access control is defined as a mechanism or security method to control and regulate the access of work, data and grants permission for accessing and using resources in technological environment. Generally in the environment of working on a database, a user is requested to enter his login credentials to a system and go through the authentication process to verify the user authenticity. After the authentication process, access control security system executes and it matche...

Sunday, September 2, 18, 01:29:51, 3 Months In Business

How does it works? Locking, unlocking and starting the car without the help of a key is the unique feature of proximity key fobs. An antenna is embedded in the car which transmits radio waves signals that are recognized by the proximity key fobs. Locking and unlocking feature of the car automatically works as soon as the proximity key fobs comes closer to the car. It is so effective that the car doors open by just touching the handle, if the proximity key fobs is around. Not only this, immobili...

Thursday, August 30, 18, 13:28:05, 3 Months In News

This article first appeared inPsychiatric Timeson September 14, 2015   Douglas Berger Psychiatrist Tokyo, comments on “Separating the Wheat From the Chaff” by Allan Tasman, MD, September 14, 2015 issue of the Psychiatric Times. The article Dr. Tasman reports on requires a nuanced examination. The article reported on: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/28/magazine/tell-it-about-your-mother.html?_r=1  is a long, somewhat flashy and nostalgic, non-scientific description of th...

Saturday, August 25, 18, 15:38:46, 3 Months In News

This article first appeared inPsychiatric Timeson July 11, 2016   Douglas Berger Psychiatrist Tokyo, comments on “Borderline or Bipolar: Objective Data Support a Difference” by James Phelps, MD, July 11, 2016 issue of the Psychiatric Times: Dr. Phelps is going too far too fast in concluding these results are valid or objective. The study he references here http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25697732 Studied 20 subjects with Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and 20 with...

Monday, August 13, 18, 09:51:18, 3 Months In Business

What is RFID? Radio-Frequency Identification or RFID are related to small electronic devices that are comprises of an antenna and a tiny chip which in a combined form are known as RFID tag or RFID transponder. RFID devises perform the same action as performed by a magnetic strip or a bar code on the back of debit or credit cards. The small chip offers specific identifier for the object. Similar to bar code and magnetic strips, RFID cards are also scanned for identification purpose and retrievin...

Monday, August 6, 18, 00:29:05, 4 Months In Business

What is RFID? Radio-Frequency Identification or RFID are related to small electronic devices that are comprises of an antenna and a tiny chip which in a combined form are known as RFID tag or RFID transponder. RFID devises perform the same action as performed by a magnetic strip or a bar code on the back of debit or credit cards. The small chip offers specific identifier for the object. Similar to bar code and magnetic strips, RFID cards are also scanned for identification purpose and retrievin...

Monday, July 2, 18, 09:04:00, 5 Months In News

Indala proximity cards are designed in a rugged style so that they can be used in harsh environments too. The card works on contactless technology and can both read and write and requires a frequency of 125 kHz. The proximity reader’s use for reading the Indala proximity cards are structured with smart programming technology, unique designs, and uniform core codes. The proximity readers are available in various shapes such as linear, curve, arc, wave, etc. with multiple colors for the user...

Sunday, June 3, 18, 07:05:18, 6 Months In News

  RFID card access systems are being used by most companies to let people within their complexes. But over the previous couple of years, researchers have shown how these systems can be easily bypassed.   Francis Brown, a partner at the computer security organization Bishop Fox, has recently been on the forefront of much of the research. In fact, he identified some of his tools and methods being used in the television program Mr. Robot, that can be noted for highly accurate technical...

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