Theft of Intellectual Property
Intellectual property (IP) is defined as any trademark, copyright, patents, or unique and creative concepts. Intellectual property is owned by "brand owners," who have the exclusive authority to determine when and where their IP is used. It's often the lifeblood of a company; the secret sauce, the way they do business, and one of the primary drivers of success. It's often hard to put a price on something of such vital importance.
Yet the amount of intellectual property stolen increases every year. This is because digital property -- sales or client lists, source code, algorithms, emails, or digital multimedia content -- is far easier to replicate and steal than traditional forms of media. Instead of needing to steal a physical object, thieves can simply find a way to duplicate already-existing content.
Atlantic Data Forensics has a team full of highly trained experts that can help with whatever intellectual property issues you are experiencing. Their digital forensic examiners can detect cases of intellectual property theft quickly and act at a moment’s notice.
One of the most important factors in recovering intellectual property is a rapid response time. IP theft in particular is ephemeral, and it's essential that you preserve all necessary data as quickly as possible.
Consult with Atlantic Data Forensics at no cost today -- we'll discuss our past case experience in this arena, and how we might be able to help you with your matter.