Trade secrets are perpetually at risk of being hacked, copied, transmitted and shared. A lone disgruntled employee with a thumb drive can wreak havoc on a company's competitive secrets. So how can companies protect their most important confidential information?
In this Womble Carlyle video, attorney Betsy Cook Lanzen shares strategies for minimizing the chances of trade secrets being stolen and, if such a breach does occur, maximizing the likelihood that they can be recovered.
wcsr.com/lawyers/betsy-cook-lanzen Betsy Cook Lanzen regularly counsels clients regarding protecting intellectual property and trade secrets and drafting restrictive covenants. Lanzen also has more than a decade of experience litigating complex business matters involving information technology and software disputes, including cases involving the misappropriation of trade secrets. She practices in Womble Carlyle's Raleigh, N.C. office.