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Comprehensive and Integrated Approach is Key to Prevent IP Loss
Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
TSC, the leading provider of comprehensive intellectual asset protection, announced that TSC’s Director of Security Intelligence addressed an audience of business leaders and security experts at the Licensing Executive Society Conference in Houston, TX on January 17th.
During a panel presentation on the topic of intellectual property protection, TSC’s director reinforced the concept that threats to intellectual assets must be approached and neutralized with a preemptive, comprehensive and integrated approach.
“Waiting for an incident to occur before acting is not a viable option,” said Mark Lopez, TSC’s Director of Security Intelligence. “The loss of intellectual assets is permanent, and can be devastating to a company’s long-term success, even if litigation is successful.”
Highlighting the changing nature of threats facing global businesses, Lopez compared the current business landscape with the situation that existed just years earlier. “Two years ago, the discussion was focused on convincing American companies that industrial espionage was a reality,” he said. “The discussion has now progressed on how to prevent it from occurring in the first place.”
TSC is a leader in the development and delivery of Intellectual Asset Protection and security intelligence services. The company stands apart with its patent-pending Threat Vector Manager (TVM)™ framework. TVM holistically integrates and analyzes enterprise information, external factors, and known risk-based behaviors to protect intellectual assets and critical infrastructure. TSC provides value-based enterprise security intelligence solutions to organizations ranging from innovative start-ups to the Fortune 500 and public sector. For more information, visit http://www.tscadvantage.com.
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