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Six Critical Digital Workplace Security Risks and How to Avoid Them

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Intellectual Property (IP) Leaks: A Top Digital Collaboration Security Risk

by Aware HQ


On average, intellectual property (IP) constitutes at least 80% of a company’s value. At any point in time, that IP is at risk from employees and partners that may accidentally or purposely expose business plans, merger/acquisition details, R&D results or patent information to unauthorized parties in or outside the company. A single leak can cost an organization millions — even billions — of dollars.

In order to prevent catastrophic damage from an IP leak, companies must prevent leaks before they happen. Every organization with an ESN or other collaboration tools should be using a security platform that secures and automatically monitors all content and activities, and predicts and prevents unwanted future activities.

Learn more in the "Top Six Critical Digital Workplace Security Risks — and How to Avoid Them".

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