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Encryption startup Vera locks down transferred documents

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Apr 8, 2015.

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    In Silicon Valley, the recruiting game is extremely competitive, according to Ron Harrison, founder of Jivaro Professional Headhunters, a specialist in placing technology candidates.

    In some cases, Harrison said the difference between getting nothing and a US$30,000 fee has come down to the few slim minutes between when one recruiter sent a resume to a company and a competing recruiter did.

    “It’s a dirty business,” Harrison said in a phone interview.

    Recruiting is complicated by the fact that companies may share resumes, even if the receiving company isn’t a client of the recruiter. Essentially, it means a recruiter loses its intellectual property through a gaping hole: an unencrypted document can be sent to anyone.

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