I just finished reading a novel called, “Proprietary.” It is an adventure and mystery that illustrates the importance of proprietary information in a company and the reality of industrial espionage in the world. It makes the reader, rightly so, want to be careful with company information. The story did not have a lot of engineering in it, but knowing how to deal with proprietary information is very important for an engineer. I recommend this book.
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