Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Counterespionage Reference

Threat Reduction Solutions LLC
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A vital resource for security stakeholders within the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology industry who need to protect trade secrets, intellectual property and sensitive company information from insider and external espionage threats.

TACTIKS are designed to answer four key questions:  1.  Who are the threats?  2.  What are their targets?  3.  What are their hostile tactics?  4.  What countermeasures will stop them?

Contents includes the following:  Defining Espionage, Industry Threats, Trade Show and Conference Threats, Insider Threats, University & College Threats, Social Networking Threats, Foreign Visitor Threats, Foreign Travel Threats, Countermeasures and Key Terms.

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Threat Reduction Solutions is a leading provider of risk-based security solutions to private enterprise and government.
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Threat Reduction Solutions LLC
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28
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English
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Business & Economics / Industries / Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology
Computers / Security / General
Computers / Security / Online Safety & Privacy
Law / Intellectual Property / Trademark
Political Science / Intelligence & Espionage
Political Science / Security (National & International)
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