Intellectual property policy: Risk identification and protection in the global market
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Organizations that conduct business in the global market expose themselves to potential information risks, including intellectual property (IP) theft, exposure, and breach of laws and regulations (Corbin, 2002). Key elements of this study examine IP risk management and identification practices, IP protection, and the value of building a security awareness IP culture. The creation of an IP policy should evolve to accommodate the shifting economic environment, and the organization’s business goals, culture, and operating environments.