Psychological Profiling And Predictive Modelling

3711 Words May 29th, 2015 15 Pages
Contents
1. Executive Summary 3
2. Introduction 4
3. Intellectual Property Rights 5
1) Patents 5
2) Trademarks 5
3) Copyrights 5
4) Trade Secrets 5
4. The Nature of Threats 6
1) Computer Hacking 6
2) Reverse Engineering 6
3) Physical multimedia piracy 6
4) Online Piracy 6
5) Disclosure of Emails 7
6) Disclosure of employees information 7
5. The Magnitude of the Threat 8
6. Offenders 9
7. The Source of Threat 10
1) Externally influenced theft of IP 10
2) Internally influenced theft of IP 10
8. Methods of stealing Intellectual Property 11
9. Mitigation strategies 12
1) Separation of Dties 12
2) Psychological Profiling and Predictive modelling 12
3) Defence-in-depth 13
4) Traffic Pattern Detection 13
5) Use of Isolated Systems for Administrators 13
6) Handling of Employees Grievances 13
10. International Scope 14
11. Legislative Actions 15
12. Conclusion 16
13. References 17

1. Executive Summary

Today organisations are having pressure to invent their product faster than their competitors so that they can survive in the market and deliver that product with such a functionally or features that no one can imagine. This is the way for the organisations to survive in the market and increase their revenue by increasing sales. Due to many reasons such as increased customer expectations, revenue pressure, cost pressure, standardised software engineering processes, organisation are facing the pressure of developing complex products within the limited time frame which sometime makes…
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