Blog Posts Tagged with "Intellectual Property"


Security Patents Invite Hacker Exploitations

August 24, 2010 Added by:Joe Morrissey

If you had devised a new, novel, non-obvious lock for protecting your house – would you give thieves a drawing of the lock so they could fabricate a key? No, bloody right you wouldn’t – nor would I. But in filing a patent, that is exactly what we would be required to do...

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Why Corporate Secrets Must be Protected.

May 14, 2010 Added by:Peter Abatan

I recently read the Forrester Thought Leadership paper called “The Value of Corporate Secrets – How Compliance and Collaboration Affect Enterprise Perceptions of Risk”. I found the content very interesting as it gave me a further insight into how organisations think. So here is what I learnt from this paper. The bulk stops with the CISO when it comes to information security

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The Secret is Out

April 22, 2010 Added by:Sandra Avery

What's the value of a trade secret?  That super secret special formula, recipe, design, or device that gives companies an edge against copy cats and competitors would appear to be priceless in some cases and extremely well-guarded. 

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