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IP Thieves at the Gate: Combating IP Theft on a Global Scale

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on June 30, 2017

We all know that cybersecurity, software piracy, and IP theft are becoming bigger and bigger problems in today’s semiconductor industry. But what can we do about it?

The Importance of Export Compliance for Software Companies

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on June 22, 2017

Guest Blog by Ted Miracco, CEO and Akshay Dhule, Application Engineer   With heightened global tensions, it is more important than ever for software companies to make sure their products are only exported and used by entities that are not subject to trade sanctions. 

WannaCry Ransomware is More Than Just a Wake-Up Call

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on May 17, 2017 Blog, Software Piracy

 The WannaCry ransomware attack has now infected more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries (see wikipedia.org/wiki/WannaCry_ransomware_attack for details). And this could be just the tip of the iceberg.

Newly Released Commission Report on American IP Theft Shows Little Progress Since 2013

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on March 01, 2017

A 2017 update by the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property provides a new assessment of the IP piracy problem in the U.S. and examines the progress that has been made on the original 2013 report recommendations for combatting the issue. The update estimates that the losses to American companies from software piracy exceeded $18 billion in 2016. Both the 2013 report and 2017 upd […]

Super Bowl LI – Enjoy the Game!

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on February 01, 2017

 We are on the verge of the 51st Super Bowl, and a lot has changed over the years. Back in 1967, tickets cost $10 to see the first Super Bowl between the NFL champion Green Bay Packers, led by Bart Starr, versus Len Dawson and the upstart AFL champion Kansas City Chiefs.   For Super Bowl I the players on both sides chain smoked cigarettes in the locker room at halftime, and at least one player, 34 […]

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Chinese Trade Secret Theft Case

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on January 23, 2017

The U.S. Supreme Court recently declined to hear (so, in effect, upheld) an earlier federal court decision that bans Chinese company Sino Legend Chemical Co. Ltd. from importing their products into the United States for 10 years. (Click here to read the Law360 summary of the case.)

Cylynt Partners with Leading EDA and Semiconductor IP Provider to Develop Customized Compliance Program

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on December 13, 2016

"Cylynt developers are focused on the holistic aspects of a compliance program, not just on recovering as much revenue as possible. We need to be very careful of our customer relationships and Cylynt provides the detailed information needed to make accurate decisions about who to go after and how aggressive to be."

White Paper: Using Cultural Intelligence to Enhance Your Compliance Program

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on December 01, 2016

There are fundamental differences in values, behaviors, and attitudes that are expressed in cultures worldwide, and these have a significant impact on decision-making processes in business situations between different countries. Attitudes differ toward corporate accountability, due dilligence, bribery, hiring, and more, resulting in a situation where there is no "one size fits all" behavior that c […]

Our First Annual EDA/CAD Anti-Piracy Summit Was a Hit!

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on November 11, 2016

The first annual Cylynt EDA/CAD Anti-Piracy Summit, held on November 2, 2016 and co-hosted by Keysight Technologies at its headquarters in Santa Rosa California, was a huge success! Thank you to all who participated!

Guest Blog: Cyber Piracy-Don’t Wait for the Government to Come to the Rescue

Posted By Elisabeth Glover on October 26, 2016

This guest blog is contributed by David Locke Hall, keynote speaker at SmartFlow’s upcoming November 2, 2016 Anti-Piracy Summit. Hall is the author of CRACK99: The Takedown of a $100M Chinese Software Pirate, an electrifying story of the takedown of a $100 million Chinese software pirate.

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Elisabeth Glover
Marketing Communications
Cylynt
e.glover@cylynt.com

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