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The threat of foreign economic espionage to U.S. corporations Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic and Commercial Law of the Committee on the ... second session, April 29 and May 7, 1992 by United States

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Written in English


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Number of Pages385
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Open LibraryOL7369066M
ISBN 100160396018
ISBN 109780160396014
OCLC/WorldCa27392984

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The Bureau has provided more than 1, in-person briefings on the economic espionage threat to companies and industry leaders over the past year, using The Company Man as a training tool.   The Challenge of Economic Espionage. But while the theft of trade secrets represents a significant threat to U.S. corporations in their global business, no federal criminal statute dealt.   Online industrial spying presents a growing threat to the U.S systems of U.S. government agencies, corporations and of a vast campaign of economic espionage. Foreign intelligence agencies. Although every country seeks out information on other nations, China is the leading threat when it comes to the theft of intellectual assets, including inventions, patents, and R&D secrets. Trade Secret Theft, Industrial Espionage, and the China Threat provides an overview of economic espionage.

Corporate Espionage instructs companies how to break bad habits and protect themselves from espionage. Readers catch an inside look at:Step-by-step details of foreign and domestic case studies involving KGB agents, the Japanese, German, China, Cuban and Israeli government, and losses from Intel, Boeing, and other major corporations and banksAn Cited by: 1 - U.S. House of Representatives, The Threat of Foreign Economic Espionage to U.S. Corporations, Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic and Commercial Law, Committee on the Judiciary, Ap May 7, , Washington, DC: USGPO. 2 - Bruce w. Industrial espionage, economic espionage, corporate spying or corporate espionage is a form of espionage conducted for commercial purposes instead of purely national security.. While economic espionage is conducted or orchestrated by governments and is international in scope, industrial or corporate espionage is more often national and occurs between companies or corporations. The sort of espionage that threatens U.S. corporations varies with the national characteristics and culture of the perpetrators. Economic espionage breaks down into three major styles. According to a U.S. government report, agents from China, Taiwan, and South Korea are aggressively targeting "present and former nationals working for U.S.

  Trade Secret Theft, Industrial Espionage, and the China Threat provides an overview of economic espionage as practiced by a range of nations from around the world-focusing on the mass scale in which information is being taken for China's growth and : Carl Roper. 21 ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE: A FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE THREAT TO AMERICAN JOBS AND HOMELAND SECURITY Thursday, J U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Homeland Security. This book provides an analytic overview and assessment of the changing nature of crime in the burgeoning information society. Bringing together views from leading national and international authorities, Hedieh Nasheri explains the historical and theoretical background surrounding issues of economic espionage, trade secret theft and industrial spying and its impact on : Hedieh Nasheri. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the impact of economic espionage on U.S. companies is valued between $ billion and $1 trillion, and the threat is only growing as foreign companies and countries attempt to obtain information or technologies to increase their market share, build their economies, or modernize their.