By Luke Bencie
Each one company day, a few 35,000 executives, scientists, experts, and legal professionals go through the nation's airports to locations around the globe. they convey, besides proprietary files and desktop records, the newest in own digital equipment. although, conscientiously staring at so much of these travelers—beginning the instant they come on the airport and infrequently sooner—are uncounted numbers of espionage operatives.
These participants paintings for overseas intelligence providers and monetary matters and search to split overseas company tourists from their alternate secrets and techniques. To prevail, they use many time-tested concepts to trap unsuspecting tourists into susceptible or compromising positions. in addition they hire the most recent digital ability to scouse borrow company info frequently at a distance from their prey. this can be the twenty first century, in the end, and financial and commercial espionage became multibillion-dollar corporations, using a big selection of the main refined skill to procure proprietary info.
Luke Bencie is a veteran of this fight. He is aware in detail the threats company tourists face and the way to strive against these threats. In Among Enemies: Counter-Espionage for the enterprise Traveler, Bencie presents every little thing you want to be aware of to guard your self and your organization from tried espionage.
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