risk-takers #2 Terry Fisher — Electronic Countermeasures

Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what it is about your business that is truly valuable? When you really think about it, any business with a product or service has something a competitor or adversary could use. And if you’re being honest, you probably haven’t fully considered all the ways they might get their hands on that information. You’ve spent years building your business, but all it takes is one bad day to compromise that dream. In this week’s episode Brent sits down with FBI Special Agent (Ret.) and engineer Terry Fisher to discuss corporate espionage, electronic countermeasures (sweeps), bugging, and the common methods bad actors have used throughout history to gain access to proprietary information.

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