CORPORATE COUNTERESPIONAGE
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War By Other Means: Economic Espionage In America
Corporate Espionage: What Can Be Done About It

 

 War by Other Means
Economic Espionage in America

The hard facts behind an attack on the American economy so deadly as to constitute a time-lapse Pearl Harbor.

By John J. Fialka


 "EVERY PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR, LAWYER, BUSINESSMAN AND POLITICIAN SHOULD KNOW AND UNDERSTAND THE PILFERING OF AMERICAN TECHNOLOGY THROUGH ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE IN THE UNITED STATES BECAUSE IT'S SO WIDESPREAD, IT'S THREATENING THE AMERICAN STANDARD OF LIVING THROUGH INFORMATION THEFT."

 

In this action-filled journey through tomorrow's headlines, John Fialka, award-winning investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, reveals a secret war that threatens the economic security of the United States and the livelihood of millions of American citizens.

The ground rules have changed, and the battlefield is now economic rather than ideological, but espionage in the 1990s springs directly from the ruins of the Cold War spy regimes. Newly configured, the secret operations of America's enemies threaten to hollow out the U.S. economy and siphon away the jobs and technologies we need to remain competitive in the twenty-first century.

From the stunning ruse of Operation "Farewell"--Russia's brazen shopping tour for U.S. secrets--to technology "tunneling" (a very subtle form of theft) by the Japanese, to China's clever use of U.S. campuses, companies, and consumers to modernize its military, this book illuminates a loss that is widely felt, but not often seen or understood.

The techno-thieves have many tools, but their principal weapon is the openness of our society, and the defenders are hobbled by witnesses too embarrassed to complain and by laws aimed at nineteenth-century threats. This book outlines the hard choices we must make if we are to survive.

John J. Fialka lives in Washington, D.C.

In 1811 Francis Cabot Lowell visited England and stole a large piece of the industrial revolution, the Cartwright loom, whose plans he had memorized. Today, the town named after him, Lowell, Massachusetts, is an economic wasteland. We have forgotten the lessons of Lowell's success; in fact, the techniques he pioneered are now being used against us.

288 pages, Hardcover: $29.95

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CORPORATE ESPIONAGE
What It Is
Why It's Happening
What Can Be Done About It

By Ira Winkler


CORPORATE ESPIONAGE
What It Is--Why It's Happening-- What Can Be Done About It
By Ira Winkler
 
In just one day, Ira Winkler stole a billion dollars' worth of information from a leading corporation. Then he gave it back. That's his job. Companies pay him top dollar to expose the weaknesses of their own information security. This is how they learn from their mistakes. Now you can too--and do it without lossing or stealing a billion dollars in information. The Christian Science Monitor and USA Weekend have compared Mr. Winkler to a modern-day Jame Bond. The real-life case histories he shares here reads like a spy thriller with once exception. It's all real and it all is happening today. You'll uncover what you need to know to protect corporate information from espionage. Chatpers Include:
 
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction:
Or Why Kevin Mitnick Represents Everything That Is Wrong with the Information Age
1. Information Is Information
2. Risk: The Core of Espionage
3. Value
4. Threat
5. Vulnerability
6. Crippling a Company by Telephone
7. Anatomy of an Industrial Espionage Attack: Or How to Steal $1 Billion in a Day and a Half
8. Chips and Dips
9. Russian Roulette
10. The Liaison
11. Smile, You're on Candid Camera
12. The Weakest Link
13. The Things You Never Hear About
14. Countermeasures
15. Taking Action
Corporate America is finally waking up to the fact that they are vulnerable to mutli-billion dollar information theft through espionage and this work hands you insight and knowledge into corporate espionage in America and how to counter it. 365 pages, hardcover, index. $34.95
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INFORMATION WARFARE
By Winn Schwartau

Information Warfare Currently Costs The US An Estimated $100 to $300 Billion Per year Through
-Industrial Espionage- Hackers And Cyberpunks-
-Malicious Software & Viruses- Data Eavesdropping-
-Code Breaking & Chipping- Attacks On Personal Privacy-
-Binary Schizophrenia- Bombs And Magnetic Weaponry-

Computer sabotage can wipe our banks. Hackers can steal millions electronically. Industrial espionage through computer monitoring and data eavesdropping is costing businesses millions. Phone phreaks have already come close to a North American phone system shutdown. From the President of the United States To The Director of the CIA on down the line, everyone of any importance is starting to realize that the cyberspace we have created lacks security measures that are needed giving criminals large holes of opportunity to crawl through. This book is about the potential holes in our information systems and how to plug them up.

The Former Deputy Director Of The USMC Intelligence Center, robert Steel recently called Winn Schwartau, author of this book, both the most dangerous man in American and the most valuable. The Deputy Director also said that the author has knowledge and insights on our nation's vulnerabilities to Information Warfare along with solutions. This book is about both and exposes a coming trend in the private investigative industry, how to combat information warfare.

If you are interested in coming and booming technological opportunity in investigation and security, then this book is for you. 432 pages. $19.95
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