Books By Jim Catanich
Theft Of Trade Secrets
The Silicon War Trilogy - Book One
When the Russians attempted to copy American semiconductor chips, it was considered a threat to national security. All intelligence assets on all continents were mobilized to stop it. CIA, DIA, NSA and FBI are alerted to the threat. Then when the Japanese did it, it was considered a highly questionable trade practice or just industrial espionage. However, when a US company copied another US company's technology, it was called "reverse engineering" and highly encouraged.
Trial By Fire
The Silicon War Trilogy - Book Two
What started out as a favor has now turned into a nightmare of lies, slander, and yellow journalism. Watch as this David and Goliath battle unfolds as the result of The Silicon War between Intel and National where industrial espionage blurs the line with military espionage.
The Silicon War Trilogy - Book Three
What started out as a favor has now turned into a nightmare of lies, slander, and yellow journalism. Watch as this David and Goliath battle unfolds as the result of...
Robert Contie, a young semiconductor engineer has just been arrested for theft of trade secrets. Then the string of bad luck continues when his wife asks for a divorce. However, before he can move away, he is savagely beaten and left for dead. A friend from his secret past is called for help and that opens the door to Contie's education into counter intelligence and the secret world of DIA.