SAUSALITO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The RFID Security Alliance (RFIDSA) today officially made its presence known as a new resource for the radio frequency identification (RFID) industry, driving market education and discussion about security and privacy issues surrounding the use of RFID technologies, solutions and applications. RFIDSA aims to be a visible resource to the RFID community through people, tools, market presence and organizational involvement.
"Founding members of the RFID Security Alliance all share a common vision of implementing RFID applications with the appropriate level of security and privacy, balancing risk and cost," said Mike Ahmadi, chairman of the RFIDSA and COO of GraniteKey. "We want others to realize that security and privacy are functions that can successfully be part of an RFID solution, and that should be considered during the design process, not after."
The RFIDSA has several goals and objectives, including:
Founding members of the RFIDSA include AWID, GraniteKey, MIKOH Corporation, NeoCatena Networks, Inc., QLM Consulting, SecureRF Corporation, Sensitel, Sybase and Verayo. Companies with a substantial business in providing RFID or security hardware, software, or services are encouraged to inquire about membership with the RFIDSA. Law firms, consulting firms, accounting firms and educational institutions interested in the RFID security issue are also welcome.
About the RFID Security Alliance:
The RFID Security Alliance (RFIDSA), a California corporation, was founded as a resource for the RFID industry, driving market education and discussion about security and privacy issues surrounding the use of RFID technologies, solutions and applications. More information about RDIDSA can be found on its Web site at www.RFIDSA.com. Insights into RFID Security can be also found on the association's blog at http://rfidsa.blogspot.com/.
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