Dr. Saurabh Singh(email@example.com)
Prof. Byungun Yoon(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Prof. Gi Hwan Cho(email@example.com)
Radio frequency identification (RFID) has a long history and is part of both the present and past technological revolutions. RFID enables quick payment of tolls and quick identification of items. RFID is a non-contact auto-identification technology that sends signals through auto-identification of radio frequencies and access to associated target data. It works in a variety of harsh environments without the need for manual intervention to identify the job. Production control logistics cannot meet realistic and future demand due to inconsistent information. The Internetof-Things (IoT) overcomes the traditional shortcomings of form code and is the subject of greatest concern and research in the international logistics arena and international community companies. In addition to facilitating the exchange of information and services between connected objects, enhancing the computing power and analytics of individual objects, and increasing the interaction between objects and their environments, the IoT also poses new security and privacy challenges. Hardware trust throughout the IoT supply chain is the foundation of IoT security and privacy. Two major supply chain issues (real IoT device loss / theft and the emergence of non-genuine devices) need to be addressed to protect the IoT supply chain and lay the foundation for additional security and privacy protection measures. It is requested to scholar to propose a comprehensive solution that enables the authentication and traceability of IoT devices throughout the supply chain during distribution and provision.