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SOCE 2015

The State of Corporate Espionage

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It was recently reported that the theft of US intellectual property costs American businesses $300 billion dollars each year. Despite this staggering figure, exact details of the problem remain clouded. As a result, Security Management International is conducting the second annual "State of Corporate Espionage 2015 (SOCE)" study.

This concise, anonymous research survey is aimed at security directors of both small businesses and large corporations. The focus of the survey questions relate to the who, what, where, when, why and how of economic and industrial espionage - better known as corporate espionage. Upon completion of the study, results will be provided in a free webinar and research paper, and will be available on the SMI website.
To participate, please click here or on our Challenge Coin:

Please check back to this page for regular updates.

Thank you.

The SMI Research Department

Click here for The Report of the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property > Click here for The Report of the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property >

 

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