Tips For Guarding IP Against Cyberespionage

Law360, New York (January 28, 2016, 4:21 PM EST) -- Ji-Yong David Chung

Kenneth M. Lesch

John Voisinet In "The Aeneid," Virgil tells a story of the Trojan War. In the war, the battle-weary Greeks devised a plan to deceive the Trojans and take the city of Troy. Based on the plan, they built a large, hollow wooden structure now known as “the Trojan Horse.” The Greeks hid elite soldiers inside the horse and left it near the impenetrable walls of Troy. The Greeks then concealed their army, to appear as if they had given up their...
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