When Apple is planning something, it informs the interested public in advance. Leading “leakers” share insider information via Twitter or blogs, which is not always true, but often enough. If the tech giant has its way, it should end now.
Technical details or images of new products or their official launch dates: Analysts Mark Gurman, Ming-Chi Kuo and John Proser are notified in advance and this information is intentionally shared with the public. Of course, their secret is where the “leakers” get their amazingly accurate information.
Apple seems to suspect moles in supplier factories – without further ado, strict security guidelines have been put in place. This is reported by the online portal Information Quote – Attention, no joke – Internal documents.
Comprehensive measures to protect against leakage
According to the report, the austerity measures will include a more comprehensive review of employees in suppliers and development partners such as Foxconn or Pegatron. Employees with criminal records are therefore no longer allowed to add previously unpublished Apple products, and will not be allowed access to areas where they are manufactured and developed.
Internal control systems should also record how many sensitive components are stored in individual stations. When handing over these parts, travel time and employee movements must be accurately recorded – activating an alarm in case of inconsistencies.
While Apple employees will no longer collect biometric data when visiting partner companies’ facilities, the report says it has increased security requirements for external visitors and plant staff.
Transport vehicles parked in the parking lots of Apple partners should watch the video from all four sides. Video recordings of the destruction of prototypes or defective components should be kept for 180 days in the future. according to Information Strict measures have already been put in place.
Information leaks not only annoy Apple, but can also mean direct financial disadvantages – keyword industrial espionage. Providers of information should primarily belong to suppliers and see how much internal information is leaked directly from headquarters.
Apple fans and shareholders can look forward to big surprises again in future product presentations. The tech giant’s stock will remain a base investment.
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