CLEVELAND - The threat of foreign espionage seemingly disappeared with the Cold War. But there is a new spy game in town.
"Now you're talking about economic espionage and that is one of the biggest threats to national security that we have," said Brad Beman, head of the counter intelligence unit for the Cleveland branch of the FBI.
Beman warns that today's spies are just as interested in the office computer as government secrets.
"Other countries that are not necessarily friendly to the United States are gaining out technology and gaining an edge potentially over us," Beman said.
Some of the most dangerous spies don’t work for foreign governments, but for local companies. Employees motivated by revenge, money or patriotism are betraying company secrets, according to the FBI.More...