Cyber Security: The Insider Threat
Insider threats are witting, or unwitting, people that maintain authorized access to corporate networks and use their credentials to help pilfer company trade secrets, intellectual property, or bulk data.
The Smart Business Traveler
International travel brings different risks to your employees and business. Criminals, terrorists, corporate adversaries, and hostile security services are all threats your employees have to be prepared for.
Case Study: Theft of AgriTech Intellectual Property
A US citizen was recruited by a Chinese company and gained insider information from an AgriTech company. He stole corn seed out of fields in Iowa and ship them to China for the purpose of reproducing their genetic traits.
Case Study: Compromise of US Navy Classified Information
Awwad claimed it was his intention to use his position with the U.S. Navy to obtain military technology for use by the Egyptian government, including but not limited to the designs of the USS Gerald R. Ford nuclear aircraft carrier.