Corporate and industrial espionage and their effects on American competitiveness: hearing before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, second session, September 13, 2000, Volume 4
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Dan Swartwood Corporate Information Security Manager Compaq Computer
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$45 billion American Society assets Attorney Avery Dennison Bristol-Meyers BURR California cause of action CHARNEY Committee Compaq Computer Corporation competitors computer crime Computer Security corporate and industrial corporate espionage court criminal DANA ROHRABACHER detected deterrent District Economic Espio Economic Espionage Act efforts electronic employees Federal Four Pillars global going HORAN ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN impact incidents Indicted individuals industrial espionage Industrial Security information loss Information safeguarding Information systems security intellectual property loss intelligence investigation involved issues JOHN COOKSEY law enforcement major MANZULLO continuing McGuiGAN MENENDEZ misappropriation nage national security non-disclosure agreement Pled guilty PricewaterhouseCoopers priority probation problem proprietary information prosecuted protection reported respondents restitution RICHARD BURR ROS-LEHTINEN Sentenced Society for Industrial special assessment steal trade secrets stolen Subcommittee supervised release survey SWARTWOOD target Taxol Thank theft of trade threat tion Uniform Trade Secret United