To Catch a Thief: Protecting Proprietary Information Including Trade Secrets From Corporate Espionage
Corporate espionage is a multifaceted problem causing hundreds of billions of dollars in losses to businesses each year. Health care managers have a wide variety of options available to prevent theft of their organizations' trade secrets and other proprietary information. Organizations should protect their confidential and trade secret information by taking various security measures to limit access to protected material and by using appropriate types of restrictive covenants such as nondisclosure, noncompetition, and nonsolicitation agreements. This article provides helpful guidance for managers to maximize protection against theft of proprietary information.
Koen, Clifford M.; and London, Wm Brian. 2019. To Catch a Thief: Protecting Proprietary Information Including Trade Secrets From Corporate Espionage. Health Care Manager. Vol.38(4). 331-342. https://doi.org/10.1097/HCM.0000000000000283 PMID: 31663872 ISSN: 1525-5794