By Christopher Burgess
The threats of monetary espionage and highbrow estate (IP) robbery are worldwide, stealthy, insidious, and more and more universal. in keeping with the U.S. trade division, IP robbery is anticipated to best $250 billion every year and in addition bills the U.S. nearly 750,000 jobs. The overseas Chamber of trade places the worldwide financial loss at greater than $600 billion a year.
Secrets Stolen, Fortunes misplaced bargains either a desirable trip into the bottom of the knowledge Age, geopolitics, and worldwide financial system, laying off new mild on company hacking, commercial espionage, counterfeiting and piracy, equipped crime and comparable difficulties, and a finished consultant to constructing a world-class safeguard opposed to those threats. you'll research what you want to find out about this dynamic worldwide phenomenon (how it occurs, what it expenses, find out how to construct an efficient software to mitigate hazard and the way company tradition determines your success), in addition to the way to bring the message to the boardroom and the crew as a complete. This ebook serves as a useful reservoir of rules and effort to attract on as you improve a successful protection technique to conquer this bold problem.
. it isn't "Someone Else's” challenge: what you are promoting is at Risk
Identify the hazards linked to highbrow estate robbery and fiscal espionage
. The probability Comes from Many Sources
Describes the categories of attackers, possibility vectors, and modes of attack
. The possibility is Real
Explore case experiences of real-world incidents in stark relief
. the way to shield Your Enterprise
Identify all facets of a accomplished application to take on such threats and risks
. tips to bring the Message: knowledge and Education
Adaptable content material (awareness and schooling fabrics, coverage language, briefing fabric, displays, and evaluate instruments) so that you can comprise into your protection software now
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Why do nations engage in economic espionage? Primarily to acquire technology to either advance a military program, to advance the economic competitiveness of the nation’s industrial base, or to simply ensure that the major companies and contributors to the nation’s GDP continue to make that contribution. How do these nation states affect the acquisition of the IP? In some instances, it engages the services of the nation’s law enforcement or intelligence services to surreptitiously acquire the IP.
Lexar was a spin-out and a startup and thus required a rock-solid partnership to reduce the unremunerated burn rate and shorten the distance to profitability. The preexisting Lexar/Toshiba relationship at first appears to have given Toshiba the impetus to take advantage of the startup’s perceived lack of attention to the protection of their intellectual property, when in reality the importance of the intellectual property was not lost on the Lexar executive team, being that they did pay attention and did notice it, albeit after the theft had occurred and the IP had been incorporated into a competitor’s product.
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