CORPORATE & GOVERNMENT
|Over the last 10 years, the information security landscape has changed dramatically. With the social networking explosion, more and more organizations such as WikiLeaks can release classified and other proprietary information to the public, threatening our economic and national security.
Confidential and For Your Eyes Only take on a whole new meaning in an age where almost any individual or entity can abuse technology that allows them to see, hear, record and share content. With the click of a mouse or the tap of a key, that which was once private and secure can now be stolen without a trace and transferred around the world in mere seconds.
|A recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers indicates that nearly half the companies surveyed in 40 countries reported an increase in industrial espionage and billions lost to intellectual property theft every year.3 When intellectual property can make up as much as 85 percent of a company’s value, a major theft of information can be devastating.
A fragile global economy is putting greater competitive demands on corporations and governments. Combined with an escalation in political unrest and conflict in every region of the world, international corporations and governments need to take every measure to protect their proprietary information, trade secrets and classified information.