Foreign Economic Collection and Industrial Espionage Cases More Prevalent than Ever

 

As today’s business environment has become globally interconnected, foreign

intelligence activities have extended beyond traditional targets in the U.S. intelligence community and other national security structures. Hostile intelligence services, as well as “private collectors”, now target a wide variety of corporate executives, which has compounded the risk of foreign economic collection and industrial espionage like never before...........

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Assessing the Vulnerability of Municipal Water Facilities to Acts of Terrorism

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International Hotel Rooms: The Enemy’s Gateway to Economic and Industrial Espionage

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The Art of Business: Lessons on Counter-­‐Espionage

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The Role of Pre Operational Surveillance in Terrorist Attack Planning

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Terrorism in the Sinai - Journal of Counter Terrorism

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Intellectual Property Theft by the Numbers

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Funding Terrorism

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