Patents have become a lot more important in the financial services industry over recent years. However, this has not translated into active monitoring of the secondary market. In this guest blog Allied Security Trust’s Linda Biel argues that by failing to keep a close eye on what is selling and who is buying in the wider technology space, financial services firms are missing a trick and potentially leaving themselves vulnerable to attack. This is what she has to say:

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