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Corporate spying grows
But the operatives were spying on competing companies rather than foreign governments, and many companies were easy targets, PwC dispute analysis and investigations director Richard Batten said.
"Corporations have people trained to obtain raw data from a wide range of sources and apply traditional intelligence analysis techniques to produce usable information," he said.
"It's worrying to find 62 per cent of companies have no protection in place to stop the loss or theft of intellectual property -- even though 30 per cent admit already experiencing at least one incident."
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