This is the most current and complete work on the subject available outside the intelligence community.
(PRWEB) November 11, 2011
Andrew Brown is a leading expert on covert corporate intelligence/counterintelligence activity both in the United States and abroad. His new book, The Grey Line: Modern Corporate Espionage and Counterintelligence is the summation of vast international experience on these subjects.
Every year corporate espionage, data theft and private cyber-attacks cost US companies and individual citizens hundreds of billions of dollars and the threat is growing. This new book is the most up-to-date and complete account of modern private sector intelligence practice available. The Grey Line covers in exacting detail how corporate spies operate, how they turn human sources within target companies, how modern hacking and cyber-intelligence is gathered and secured systems compromised. The author provides in-depth analysis of the rapidly growing field of corporate and industrial espionage and its impact on companies and individuals. The book covers how companies and private citizens can and must defend themselves against the massively expanded threat of modern, unrestrained for-profit intelligence. Recent cases, such as, the cyber attacks on Sony, the Hollywood hacker and the rise of Chinese intelligence groups targeting the US, have brought the subject of industrial espionage, cyber attack and for-profit intelligence to the forefront of national attention. People across the country are clamoring for more information on this imminent threat. The Grey Line: Modern Corporate Espionage and Counterintelligence provides both insight into how spies operate in the real world and practical solutions and tips on how to protect yourself and your business.
Now available in print and ebook.