He had worked on various fighter jet engines until May 2014, according to court documents. At a recent hearing the judge denied pre-trial bail saying the engineer was a flight risk.
"[The engineer is] accused of stealing sensitive proprietary military aircraft information and unlawfully attempting to take that information to China."It seems these insider data thefts were discovered by US Customs, not his aerospace employer. Organizations seeking to proactively detect intellectual property theft can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- Court documents
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