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Cyber-enabled Competitive Data Theft: A Framework for Modeling Long-Run Cybersecurity Consequences

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Allan A. Friedman, Austen Mack-Crane & Ross A. Hammond, Cyber-enabled Competitive Data Theft: A Framework for Modeling Long-Run Cybersecurity Consequences (Dec. 6, 2013) (full-text).

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Economic espionage has existed at least since the industrial revolution, but the scope of modern cyber-enabled competitive data theft may be unprecedented. The focus in this paper is on the long-term consequences of cybertheft for innovative sectors of activity that are at the core of U.S. economic success.

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