Can anyone provide me with a list of RFID tags that are still currently secure? That is, they cannot be cloned or modified and no attacks have been demonstrated against them. For example MIFARE is obviously broken, HID cards are simple to clone. What's secure?
I'm looking at recommendations for access control to a data center housing various types of data including financial, government and medical. Are there any regulatory requirements for physical access to server rooms?
What about for locks? Currently we are planning on using Abloy Protec Keys. Will these do? I'm an accomplished lock-picker and to the best of my knowledge these haven't been defeated.
Hope someone can help! :)