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one of the most common reasons that businesses engage digital forensics Corp is to resolve intellectual property disputes did a competitor or employee steal proprietary information or trade secrets did he or she take your client or customer lists reveal your strategies to competitors make use of patented or copyrighted information or has a database been stolen what should you do in the event of intellectual property theft when an employee vendor or competitor has misused or stolen intellectual property several important steps must be taken immediately most importantly do not put the employee competitor or vendor on notice that you were aware of the situation without first contacting digital forensics comm if a suspected employee has a cellphone or mobile device that was issued by the company we can extract all the information from these devices through a remote acquisition ask your digital forensics case manager to learn more about this process if the employee uses a company computer or laptop digital forensics comm can make a friends a clone of the computer using remote acquisition do not powerup or use computers or phones that may contain potential evidence temporarily store the devices in a safe place and contact digital forensics professionals for proper instructions these are vital steps to preserve the evidence DFC can review and analyze digitally stored data to get you the hard evidence you need to stop the theft and win civil or criminal convictions against those who threaten your business now utilizing advanced software tools and techniques we can gather data from servers laptops smartphones and cloud accounts to produce vital evidence once the raw evidence is identified we can construct a timeline of digital events including precise time and date stamps then make the evidence compelling in a courtroom orang settlement negotiations after the evidence is secured digital forensics comm can help to identify inappropriate activities document and prove the wrongdoing and provide a forensic Lee sound report once you have that solid evidence your attorney can file the proper motions and the judge remand straight make grant a cease and desist order the evidence obtained can also be used to file lawsuits to recover losses win damages and have expenses reimbursed when solid forensic evidence is captured and presented to opposing counsel lawsuits are often dismissed or settled within days with our help you can document who did what when and by what means if files were moved deleted copied or altered we can find out exactly how and when did a file get copied to a thumbdrive you will know did get copied to a cloud account or over the Internet we can provide the evidence to show how it went was an email text or document deleted we can recover that deleted artifact info and proved that it was deliberately deleted when and by whom the first hours after confirmation that intellectual property theft has occurred are critical make certain that these steps are taken to protect company assets and limit liability identify all the individuals involved identify the scope of the theft identify which devices may contain digital evidence collect and preserve all relevant devices digital forensics dot-com specializes in walking our clients through every step of the process from tracking the movement or deletion of files to discreetly collecting company devices and preserving data without disrupting business or alerting employees to an investigation with years of experience handling cases of this nature digital forensics comm can help your team and your attorneys devise a plan to get your business back on track remove dangerous threats and limit legal liabilities you
Thanks for your comment Armand Hummons, have a nice day.
- Stephan Langeness, Staff Member
any of this stuff gets to the brain is one of more than 175,000 people at this conference he's a Stanford neuroscientist who co-founded a company that creates a wristband that helps the hearing impaired hear through their skin I've been very interested in the question of how we can pass information to the brain the unusual channels because this device comes after years of research Eagleman wants it well protected we have all the underlying technology patented so we're not terribly worried about patent theft on the flip side this is a group of 170,000 smart people and so it's something that we just have to watch out for it does happen from time to time where a piece of product may go missing or somebody is noticed when they get back to their factory that there has been a piece of software that's been installed onto one of their systems so it's a matter of being vigilant according to the FBI and US Attorney's Office last year alone there was a long list of cases of proprietary information being stolen some of them include a North Carolina man who pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets from aircraft companies to help a competitor develop anti-ice aircraft technology a software engineer at a Chicago locomotive manufacturer who was indicted for stealing proprietary information from his company and taking it to China he's believed to be living in China a Chinese national working as an engineer in California was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison for stealing trade secrets from medical device companies and taking them to China Erin brows with the Las Vegas division of the FBI says there are many different types of entities that would benefit from stolen technology could be a criminal organization could be a foreign intelligence service could be a competitor sites of potential danger are conferences such as the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where there were more than four thousand companies exhibiting and more than 160 countries represented browsers advice is to be aware of who is handling your technology at all times before you come out to one of these conferences to make sure that the equipment arrives intact and on time that it makes it off the loading dock and then during the time of the convention who's handling your your your equipment and who is handling your product and do they have access or the capability of installing malware onto that product at that time as technology continues to permeate every aspect of life the FBI says intellectual property theft is a growing threat that can cost companies billions of dollars Elizabeth Lee VOA news Las Vegas
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- Stephan Langeness
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