INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THEFT COULD THREATEN YOUR COMPANY'S FUTURE
Intellectual property loss can occur from espionage or inadvertently by an employee, third-party or contractor error. Regardless of how it happens – having your intellectual property (IP) stolen or breached can be costly. The Intellectual Property Commission estimates that IP theft in the form of counterfeit goods, trade secret theft and pirated software costs the US economy $225 billion to $600 billion.
The business impact is real, and stakes are extremely high, so it is exceptionally important to safeguard business information against data leakage, breaches, and the illegal selling of IP on the dark web, chat rooms and forums.