If your intellectual property was stolen, and exploited to its maximum potential by adversaries and business rivals, how would your company cope?
Read more about one company that faced that challenge in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
Dropbox has made it far easier for the general public to violate Intellectual Property laws.
But it’s not just movies. Confidential corporate information, which can include sensitive legal documents, sales projection slides, customer spreadsheets, and proprietary software, can also be at risk.