This seminar, designed for a diverse corporate audience, has been developed using empirical data from SPYPEDIA to build the most comprehensive profile of potential corporate spies, and offers practical lessons learned and strategies to protect corporate assets.
1997: As a part of a sting operation, the FBI slips a note under the door of East German spy James Clark,
purporting to be from a Russian friend of a Stasi officer Clark had met
in Berlin years ago. The note asks Clark to meet him at a bar at the
Best Western Hotel in Falls Church. Clark meets with an FBI undercover
agent in a hotel room and tells the UCA everything about his espionage
"As a federal contract employee to the State Department, Kim abused his
position of trust and put the security of our nation at risk by
knowingly disclosing Top Secret information. Today’s sentence serves as a
warning to anyone who has access to information held by the U.S.
government and would consider compromising our nation’s secrets—we will
continue to take all necessary steps to investigate and prosecute those
who illegally divulge national security information.” Assistant Director
in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office Valerie Parlave, 02