Managing Intellectual Property

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Over the past couple of years we have discussed a number of techniques for managing risk, conducting investigations and other proactive and reactive approaches to some of the tougher problems of information security. Now we take up what is, arguably, the most difficult and potentially expensive information security problem of all: protection of intellectual property. The difficulties associated with IP protection are significant. And they are matched directly by the impact of IP compromise.

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  • Peter Stephenson

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