Thinking differently about valuing intangible asset valuations absent conventional oversights of state and federal asset accounting and reporting rules.
Contributory value of intangible assets.
It’s impractical for companies to continue to assume the time and costs of installing ever bigger, one size fits all, snap-shot-in-time firewalls and data/information security – protection products to thwart the growing number of sophisticated and global economic and competitive advantage adversaries and legacy free players, aka hackers when intangible assets remain at risk.
I encourage want intangible asset valuations to reveal much more than merely an assets’ standalone value, rather their ‘contributory’ value!
Are company’s intangible assets sustainable? If so, can we assess their contributory value and functionality – life (longevity) cycles?
Intangible asset due diligence must be much more than a cursory or confirmatory review of the assets’ presence, absence, or positioning!