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Maleki, H., Rahaeimehr, R., Jin, C., Dijk, M. van.  2017.  New clone-detection approach for RFID-based supply chains. 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST). :122–127.

Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags have been widely used as a low-cost wireless method for detection of counterfeit product injection in supply chains. In order to adequately perform authentication, current RFID monitoring schemes need to either have a persistent online connection between supply chain partners and the back-end database or have a local database on each partner site. A persistent online connection is not guaranteed and local databases on each partner site impose extra cost and security issues. We solve this problem by introducing a new scheme in which a small Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) embedded in RFID tag is used to function as a tiny “encoded local database”. In addition our scheme resists “tag tracing” so that each partner's operation remains private. Our scheme can be implemented in less than 1200 gates satisfying current RFID technology requirements.

Polemi, N., Papastergiou, S..  2015.  Current efforts in ports and supply chains risk assessment. 2015 10th International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (ICITST). :349–354.

Port services and maritime supply chain processes depend upon complex interrelated ICT systems hosted in the ports' Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs). Current research efforts for securing the dual nature (cyber-physical) of the ports and their supply chain partners are presented here.