At BMS, we recognise that intangible assets have become one of the key areas of risk that are of paramount importance to businesses now and in the future. They cover a very wide spectrum of assets broadly defined by the fact that they are not physical. Wipo figures suggest that over 80% of a company’s value is now contained within these non-physical assets.

Intangible assets can be split into legal intangibles such as patents, copyrights, trade secrets and trade marks or competitive intangibles such as data and know-how.

Watch BMS’ Rupert Alabaster discuss the importance of Intangible Asset Protection and how it is so much more than cyber risk:

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Go to the BMS Intangible Asset Protection site to watch more in-depth expert videos and case studies, including ‘Data Protection & the Healthcare Industry’.