* Previously posted on IPPIBlog.com

RECENT FIVE-PART BLOG SERIES-TRADE SECRETS THEFT ENTERPRISE

In last month’s five-part blog-post series titled, “Composition of a Trade Secrets Theft Enterprise-Case Study” we took a deep dive into how certain GlaxoKleinSmith (GSK – a U.S. pharmaceutical company) employees routinely downloaded trade secrets to their company email accounts then transferred it to their personal email accounts.

Part 1   Part 2    Part 3    Part 4   Part 5

AGAIN and AGAIN and AGAIN…

It just continues to be a common story. Employees (not outsiders!) transfer proprietary information from their company email accounts to their personal email accounts or download trade secrets from their company computers/laptops to the cloud or to a zip drive, and pass it on.

RECENT NOTABLE EXAMPLES

Here are four other recent examples within only the last thirty days: (more…)