Right now, some of your most sensitive corporate data is being stolen by corporate spies.
A new book by Eamon Javers, Broker, Trader Lawyer, Spy: The Secret World Of Corporate Espionage, reports that such companies as Goldman Sachs, SAC Capital, and KPMG have employed these spies.
In digging for information on a company, the spies look for sources who usually come in one of two flavors:
- The first is a "male in his mid 20s who is somewhat bored, likes to party, needs money, likes women, sports and risk, is disrespectful to his managers, and is patriotic."
- The second is a young woman who is insecure, overweight, and bitchy. She doesn't have a boyfriend and except for a strong relationship with her mother, has only fake friends.