Intellectual Property: Cybersecurity's Next Front Line?

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Theft of intellectual property is one of the top three risk facing business today, according to the 2013 Advanced Threat Report from FireEye. And it is hardly surprising that companies and regulators are starting to take the issue more seriously.

In the US, listed companies will have to notify the SEC if a loss of IP presents a material risk to the business, and other regulators are watching the US move with interest. At the same time, the growth of sophisticated malware attacks – launched both by nation states and commercial entities – is often as much a result of a desire to steal commercial secrets, as it is to disrupt businesses.
This panel discussion will look at:
  • The significance of IP theft to businesses
  • How it fits in with other attack motivations identified in the FireEye report
  • How to identify attacks aimed at compromising IP
  • Defensive measures organisations can take to counter the threat


Greg Day

Vice President and Regional Chief Security Officer, EMEA, Palo Alto Networks

Andrew Kellett

Andrew Kellett Senior Analyst, Ovum

    Stephen Pritchard

    Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

      Jeff Spivey

      Jeff Spivey International Vice President, ISACA

        Quentyn Taylor

        Director of Information Security EMEA, Canon

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