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Industrial Espionage

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ALSO CALLED: Espionage
DEFINITION: Espionage conducted for commercial purposes instead of national security purposes both by governments and by private organizations. Corporations have been known to spy on their competitors to gain a competitive advantage. Spying may involve the theft of trade secrets and/or the secret removal, copying, or recording of confidential or valuable information for use by a competitor.
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Web Attack Survival Guide Infographic
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WHITE PAPER: This helpful infographic lists 7 rules for protecting your organization from external threats targeting your high-value applications and data.
Posted: 08 Jul 2014 | Published: 08 Jul 2014

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