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Jun 5, 2006

Industrial espionage laid bare

As a former NSA employee, Ira Winkler is well known on the speaking circuit for disclosing some of the cloak-and-dagger techniques used by genuine spies. His book, Spies Among Us, should be required reading for all MBA students and managers. Secrets of Superspies, a conference keynote presentation by Ira, has the usual hallmarks of his case-study style plus the analysis to explain why corporate espionage is a realistic probability for any corporation with secrets, patents or other valuable intellectual property and unethical competitors. It's enough to make me even more paranoid.
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