"Corporate data" indeed. I actually grabbed the PDF and even there, it used broad terms like "intellectual property." Well, the manual for my company's product is IP, and I'd be perfectly happy to take it to another job if it'd be relevant, but it's not exactly sensitive.
In fact I don't think I'd consider much if any of the data that I a) have access to and b) would be relevant in another environment to be "sensitive." Yet, of course, it's still "corporate data" and "IP" that I'd keep and use at another job.
Oh, and I just love the way it's worded, too:
said by the PDF :
The IP theft occurs when an employee takes any confidential information from a former employer. Half of the survey respondents say they have taken information, and 40 percent say they will use it in their new jobs.
From confidential information to just plain ol' information. Yup, sign me up for that. What do you wanna bet the question just said "information" and not "confidential
Think Outside the Fox.