Industrial espionage is the sponsorship or coordination of intelligence operations by an individual or private corporate entity for the goal of strengthening a competitor’s competitive edge in the marketplace.
Based on extensive experience in both the public (military, foreign affairs) and private (banking, cybersecurity) sectors, the Industrial Espionage modules provide a high-level overview of the risks mentioned, as well as the definition and examples of risks and threats. This online self-learning course will teach you about the various sensors (including psychological aspects and prejudices) used to collect sensitive information (legal and illegal), and the way an attacker thinks when defining his plan to access confidential information.
19 lectures • 2.5 hours total length
Romain Desestreit is a motivated and self driven individual with 12+ years experience in public (Defense, Foreign affairs, intelligence), private sector (banking) and international organisations (OECD), from technical to political, who occupied various positions in France, Thailand and Singapore (R&D, Security, Analyst, Diplomat, Chief Information Security Officer).
Industrial espionage is defined as the sponsorship or coordination of intelligence operations by an individual or private corporate entity for the goal of strengthening a competitor’s competitive edge in the marketplace.
In many situations, industrial spies are merely looking for information that their company may use to its benefit. An insider threat might be someone who has gotten a job with the firm only for the purpose of spying or a dissatisfied employee who trades knowledge for personal benefit or retribution.
The following are some examples of industrial espionage: Without sufficient consent, breaking into corporate data, or trespassing onto the property. Pretending to be a worker in order to gain access to firm trade secrets or other sensitive information. Using a wiretap to listen in on a competitor’s phone
Spying on or surreptitiously monitoring a person, corporation, government, or other entity for the aim of acquiring secret information or detecting wrongdoing, and then transferring that knowledge to another organization or state is referred to as espionage.