October 11, 2016
Others’ business secrets have always been expensive goods on the black market. Obviously, in a century of digital technologies, the image of the criminal has changed: masked thieves who break open safes containing important documents under the cover of darkness, and plunderers of the stagnation period, have been replaced by digital pilferers and cybercriminals who possess cutting-edge technological tools and can be thousands of kilometres away from their target.
Why are corporate secrets being leaked with increasing frequency? And how can this be avoided? The first issue of the new Anti-virus Times category will introduce readers to the eye-opening results of polls and research on how employees view security matters and the disclosure of a company’s internal information.
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