I am wanting to use some RFID devices to help with inventory management of some high value items (paintings).
The paintings are packed in wooden transport cases, awaiting shipment. Periodically we, have some one from security, scan the barcodes on the cases to ensure the correct items are where they are supposed to be.
However it turns out it is trivial to peel a barcode off one case and put it on another...
I am looking to physicaly atatch a RFID tag to a painting so we can check the correct one is in the correct case, without having to open it every time.
Now I understand that there are different kinds of RFID tags, some more secure than others.
Some are 128bit serial numbers. That doesn't sound much better than a barcode, and easy to copy and spoof.
Are there any other RFID tags which say have an internal counter and digitally sign the current count of reads? Or something like that?
So I guess what would like to know is what should I be looking for (features, standards?) in RFID tags, which would indicate it is reasonably secure against copying?