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Counter Espionage

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Protect Your Company From Espionage With the Help of ISOG Private Investigator
ISOG private investigators and private detectives find out and eliminate industrial espionage actions. This activity aims at safeguarding immaterial assets, including intellectual property rights, of a person or company, terminating the theft of formulas, production processes and strategic plans put in place by employees or external agents. 
Many companies, especially technology companies in the telecommunications, arm and energy sectors, are victims of to espionage activities.
Very often you can see foreign governments interested in acquiring state-of-the-art technologies in those fields and thus they utilize their intelligence officers stationed in western countries to recruit employees of the target companies in order to obtain information.
The espionage practice committed, by secret and intelligence agents working for foreign governments, are more common than people would think. As a matter of fact, this activity is put in place by highly trained people. Technology and intellectual property rights are sought by many governments and private multinational companies that are eager to pay a lot of money for such secrets.