«Espionaje económico», un desafío para la protección de la Constitución Alemana

BfV (Oficina federal para la protección de la Constitución de Alemania)
December 2010
Inteligencia y Seguridad: Revista de Análisis y Prospectiva;Dic-May2010, Issue 9, p41
Academic Journal
Las empresas alemanas son un importante pilar del progreso económico y del estado de bienestar en Alemania. Protegerlas frente a agresiones de Servicios extranjeros es una importante labor de la Oficina federal de Protección de la Constitución alemana, tanto a nivel nacional como regional. Debido a la larga experiencia en el ámbito de la prevención frente al espionaje, este organismo es un competente interlocutor y asesor para la industria y el comercio. En este sentido viene desarrollando una serie de actividades de sensibilización con el objetivo de que las empresas eviten la pérdida y sustracción de know-how.


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