Protecting Yourself From Recruitment

Your organization is at risk every day from outsiders seeking to acquire your sensitive and proprietary information for their own gain, whether political or financial, therefore it is critical that your insider threat plan include a strategic approach to managing this risk. The case of Su Bin pleading guilty for selling F-35 secrets to China is one example showing how much effort, and investment of time in an insider, that a well-resourced outsider may be willing to exert to obtain your proprietary data. Tangentially, stolen trade secrets are estimated to cost the U.S. between $225 billion and $600 billion annually.   This report is available only to Threat Brief subscribers. If you are a subscriber please log in to read. If you have yet to sign up, please try our free two week trial. Signing up to the Threat Brief will give you access to this and all our other reports, as well as the daily Threat Brief, transmitted every day at 8am eastern.

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