Here are a few of his comments, “What most company stakeholders pay far less attention to, at their own peril, is the more insidious death by a thousand cuts – critically, valuable intellectual property (IP) theft committed by company insiders…
“Picture a threat equation where ‘threat = likelihood x vulnerability x impact’. The likelihood of an insider stealing, or attempting to steal, a company’s IP is very high.”
He divides his article into the following sections:
- Investigative goals
- Initial Steps
- Findings and recommendations, and
- What you can do
And one final Alesia quote, “but a well-structured and executed investigation can best address and reduce the threat of insider IP theft by disrupting the impact factor.”
I could not agree with him more, and highly recommend you read his article word-for-word.
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