Securing Intellectual Property

Chesley Brown works directly with your staff to develop a system of easily understood, fully integrated and adaptable protocols which produce ongoing, consistent results.

In today's hyper-competitive environment, individuals involved in compromising a company’s intellectual property (IP) are typically a combination of current or former employees, competitors, trusted customers, distributors, or vendors. For this reason, the security equation must encompass issues of management structure, operational security, and cyber security.

Protecting your intellectual property requires a set of readily understood, integrated, adaptable activities that produce ongoing, consistent results. Based on our work with clients in a wide range of industries, we have created a time-tested, field-proven process for effective IP protection systems.

Necessities of Securing Intellectual Property

Based on our findings, we work closely with your staff to design an IP protection system customized for your situation. This includes drafting processes, policies, and procedures for compliance as well as a crisis management plan to put into action if a breach is suspected. The most difficult part of a sustainable, effective and efficient IP protection system is the implementation. This phase is also where we help you fill the gaps in your current level of IP security with our new recommendations.

We can also put in place measures to identify possible leaks of confidential R&D or product information by conducting daily monitoring of social media, blogs, academia, and legal reports. This will provide you with timely warning if there has been a potential compromise to your trade secrets.

Additional Security Consulting Capabilities

Clients that rely on Chesley Brown Security Consulting and Management services often request additional services including:

How Can We Help?

Contact us today to discuss how Chesley Brown can help navigate your organization navigate around ever-evolving threats, and mitigate your risk.