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What Is NFC? Explained in Detail
 
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Near-field communication (NFC) is a set of communication protocols that enable two electronic devices, one of which is usually a portable device such as a smartphone, to establish communication by bringing them within 4 cm (1.6 in) of each other.[1] NFC devices are used in contactless payment systems, similar to those used in credit cards and electronic ticket smartcards and allow mobile payment to replace/supplement these systems. This is sometimes referred to as NFC/CTLS (Contactless) or CTLS NFC. NFC is used for social networking, for sharing contacts, photos, videos or files.[2] NFC-enabled devices can act as electronic identity documents and keycards.[3] NFC offers a low-speed connection with simple setup that can be used to bootstrap more capable wireless connections. Similar ideas in advertising and industrial applications were not generally successful commercially, outpaced by technologies such as barcodes and UHF RFID tags. NFC protocols established a generally supported standard. When one of the connected devices has Internet connectivity, the other can exchange data with online services. NFC-enabled portable devices can be provided with application software, for example to read electronic tags or make payments when connected to an NFC-compliant apparatus. Earlier close-range communication used technology that was proprietary to the manufacturer, for applications such as stock ticket, access control and payment readers. Like other "proximity card" technologies, NFC employs electromagnetic induction between two loop antennas when NFC-enabled devices—for example a smartphone and a printer—exchange information, operating within the globally available unlicensed radio frequency ISM band of 13.56 MHz on ISO/IEC 18000-3 air interface at rates ranging from 106 to 424 kbit/s. Each full NFC device can work in three modes: NFC card emulation—enables NFC-enabled devices such as smartphones to act like smart cards, allowing users to perform transactions such as payment or ticketing. NFC reader/writer—enables NFC-enabled devices to read information stored on inexpensive NFC tags embedded in labels or smart posters. NFC peer-to-peer—enables two NFC-enabled devices to communicate with each other to exchange information in an adhoc fashion. NFC tags are passive data stores which can be read, and under some circumstances written to, by an NFC device. They typically contain data (as of 2015 between 96 and 8,192 bytes) and are read-only in normal use, but may be rewritable. Applications include secure personal data storage (e.g. debit or credit card information, loyalty program data, personal identification numbers (PINs), contacts). NFC tags can be custom-encoded by their manufacturers or use the industry specifications. The standards were provided by the NFC Forum.[4] The forum was responsible for promoting the technology and setting standards and certifies device compliance. Secure communications are available by applying encryption algorithms as is done for credit cards[5] and if they fit the criteria for being considered a personal area network.[citation needed] NFC standards cover communications protocols and data exchange formats and are based on existing radio-frequency identification (RFID) standards including ISO/IEC 14443 and FeliCa.[6] The standards include ISO/IEC 18092[7] and those defined by the NFC Forum. In addition to the NFC Forum, the GSMA group defined a platform for the deployment of GSMA NFC Standards[8] within mobile handsets. GSMA's efforts include Trusted Services Manager,[9] Single Wire Protocol, testing/certification and secure element.[10] A patent licensing program for NFC is under deployment by France Brevets, a patent fund created in 2011. This program was under development by Via Licensing Corporation, an independent subsidiary of Dolby Laboratories, and was terminated in May 2012.[citation needed] A platform-independent free and open source NFC library, libnfc, is available under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
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DEF CON 22 - Mark Stanislav & Zach Lanier - The Internet of Fails - Where IoT Has Gone Wrong
 
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This presentation will dive into research, outcomes, and recommendations regarding information security for the "Internet of Things". Mark and Zach will discuss IoT security failures both from their own research as well as the work of people they admire. Attendees are invited to laugh/cringe at concerning examples of improper access control, a complete lack of transport security, hardcoded-everything, and ways to bypass paying for stuff.
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Hardware Security for Smart Grid End Point Devices
 
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Shrinath Eswarahally of Infinion hosted this webinar on hardware security for smart grid end point devices on May 11, 2016, as part of NREL’s Smart Grid Educational Series.
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WIS.WATCH Unlock doors with your watch
 
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The Trusted Key to your Data In the future you can use the cryptographic key that is stored on the watch for many other usages such as activation of your smartphone, unlocking doors and electronic locks at home and at work. Tap your watch to your smartphone or tablet to unlock your app or pay for goods with NFC enabled contactless payment systems. For more information go to www.wis.watch and download the app www.wiseid.com Der Sicherheitsschlüssel zu Ihren persönlichen Daten In Zukunft können Sie einen kryptographischen Schlüssel, der in der Uhr gespeichert ist, nützen um verschiedene Anwendungen zu aktivieren, wie zum Beispiel Smartphone und Tablett zu entsperren, Türen mit elektronischen Türenschlössern zu Hause und am Arbeitsplatz zu öffnen, oder einfache Zahlungen mit dem kontaktlosen NFC-Zahlungssystem zu tätigen. La clé à vos données sécurisées Dans le futur, grâce à WIS.Watch et WISeID app, vous pourrez utiliser la clé cryptographique de votre identité digitale sauvegardée dans votre montre, pour déverrouiller votre Smartphone, serrures électroniques ainsi que de procéder à des payements. Ensemble, WIS.Watch et WISeID, proposent une nouvelle méthode d’interconnexion d’objets et renforcent la sécurité en simplifiant l’expérience des utilisateurs. #iot #wisekey_iots #encryptedData @digitalid #cryptographickey
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Slock.it DAO demo at Devcon1: IoT + Blockchain
 
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Christoph Jentzsch demonstrates Slock.it's capabilities at the London Ethereum Devcon One conference. Emerging from stealth mode, ambitious German’s startup Slock.it allows anyone to directly rent, sell or share anything without middleman. Slock.it bridges the digital and physical world by enabling smart contracts on the blockchain to interact with everyday objects. Slock.it could decentralize the sharing economy just like Bitcoin decentralized currency. For more information please visit http://slock.it/. Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/slockitproject Thank you Germán Lugo from http://www.bitnibs.com for the Spanish translation! Thank you to Vitaly Bezgachev (https://de.linkedin.com/in/vbezgachev ) for the Russian translation! Thank you to Jan Xie of http://www.ethfans.org/ for the Chinese translation! Thank you to Michal Kotlinski for the Polish translation!
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Danger of Prolific Cybercrime and Network DDOS from Unprotected IoT Devices
 
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Live from Syracuse University's Center of Excellence (SyracuseCoE), this webinar featured a presentation by Scott Wu, chief executive officer of NewSky Security and Richard Yim, vice president of product management with People Power Company. Wu and Yim discussed emerging threats due to the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape and connected devices in the home, offices, and major industrial centers. Associate Director of Research at SyracuseCoE Chetna Chianese introduced the webinar with an overview of the SyracuseCoE.
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Google Cloud Next Amsterdam '17 - "Keynote"
 
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Hear from Sebastien Marotte, VP Google Cloud EMEA, Julien Blanchez, Security & Compliance Strategist, Tino Tereshko, Global Big Data Lead, Bill Hippenmeyer, EMEA Head of Sales Engineering and André Hoekzema, Head of Google Cloud Benelux. Discover and deep dive into Google Cloud's technology to turn data into a comprehensive business and innovation. Attendees will also hear some exclusive partner and customer products announcement as well as use cases. Let's build together what's next with Google Cloud.
Going Wireless: Webinar
 
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Security and Smart Technologies Join Forces for Wireless Locks
DEF CON 21 - Christie Dudley - Privacy In DSRC Connected Vehicles
 
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Privacy In DSRC Connected Vehicles CHRISTIE DUDLEY PRIVACY LEGAL RESEARCHER To date, remote vehicle communications such as OnStar have provided little in the way of privacy. The planned DSRC system will become the first large-scale nationwide direct public participation network outside of the internet. Much information and misinformation has been spread on what the upcoming DSRC system is and can do, especially in the information security community. The recent field trial in the US of a connected vehicle infrastructure raises the level of concern amongst all who are aware of existing privacy issues. In this talk I will examine the current system high level design for North American vehicles, as set by international standards and used in a recent road test in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. I will consider privacy concerns for each portion of the system, identifying how they may be addressed by current approaches or otherwise considered solutions. I conclude with a discussion of the strategic value in engaging the privacy community during development efforts and the potential community role in raising privacy as a competitive advantage. Christie Dudley (@longobord) started her career with a BSEE with an emphasis in digital communications from the University of Kansas. A 15 year enterprise network engineer career, largely in finance and manufacturing followed. Starting with a study in anthropology she decided to change fields, eventually pursuing an old interest in communications security and privacy and a brief internship in hardware security. Seeking to combine her interests in technology and society she began pursuing the field from a new perspective, enrolling as JD candidate at Santa Clara Law. She now consults on privacy issues related to communications technology while completing her law degree. She has also cofounded Fork the Law, an effort to bridge the gap between technologists and legislation. Materials: https://www.defcon.org/images/defcon-21/dc-21-presentations/Dudley/DEFCON-21-Dudley-Privacy-In-DSRC-Connected-Vehicles-Updated.pdf
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T broker A Trust aware Service Brokering Scheme for Multiple Cloud Collaborative Services
 
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My Fish Drove Downtown To Get Some Sushi - Don Bailey - Duo Tech Talk - February 2014
 
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2014 is finally the year of the Internet of Things. After over a decade of promises from companies poised to profit on the IoT marketplace, the requisite technologies have finally increased in availability and decreased in cost to create an explosion in interest. What was unexpected is that a lot of these companies did not predict the availability of IoT tech to increase at the same time an interest/surge in the Maker scene occurred. As a result, IoT technology is far more available to the average user than industry experts and engineers could have foreseen. While this creates an exceptional opportunity for innovation and creativity, it also means that the security of our physical world is about to become far less regulated. Without standardization and direction from members of the IoT and engineering community, our brave new technology may leave consumers open to an absurd number of new risk vectors. Bio: Don A. Bailey grew up in Michigan. He lives in Denver now. He prefers Michigan. Also, he likes security. DARPA gave him a grant to evaluate the risks in the Internet of Things, and other efforts. Don founded a small security company based out of Colorado that focuses on embedded systems security, IoT, and mobile technology. And they accept Dogecoin for no reason!
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