Managing Knowledge Security: Strategies for Protecting Your Company's Intellectual Assets
Managing Knowledge Security is a comprehensive reference guide detailing how to secure both the physical and intangible assets owned by a business. Citing international examples such as Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, Google, Boeing, and Amazon, the author covers all aspects of knowledge protection, from employee retention strategies to physical security. Knowledge managers, security professionals, general managers, information systems managers, and competitive intelligence professionals will find the book of immediate relevance, as will members of the defense, national security, and government intelligence agencies.
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