Pharmaceutical companies exploited by phishing scam targeting job seekers

IT Governance

Earlier this month, two major pharmaceutical giants issued warnings about phishing emails targeting job hunters. The post Pharmaceutical companies exploited by phishing scam targeting job seekers appeared first on IT Governance Blog.

Pharmaceutical Company to Plead Guilty and Settle Drug Marketing Charges

Hunton Privacy

Recently, Aegerion Pharmaceuticals announced that it will enter into several settlements and plead guilty to two misdemeanors in connection with alleged violations of HIPAA, drug marketing regulations and securities laws. The criminal charges stem from the company’s marketing of a cholesterol drug called Juxtapid.

Reimagining patient centricity and healthcare practitioner engagement for 2020

DXC Technology

Life Sciences analytics healthcare pharmaceuticalby Satish Pandelenghat and Manjunath Shanabag The relationship between the life sciences industry and healthcare practitioners has changed dramatically in recent years.

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Four Use Cases Proving the Benefits of Metadata-Driven Automation

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Metadata-Driven Automation in the Pharmaceutical Industry. One global pharmaceutical giant headquartered in the United States experienced such issues until it adopted metadata-driven automation.

Making Internal Audits More Relevant

Data Breach Today

Prasanna Bharatan, internal auditor at the pharmaceutical company Wockhardt, outlines the important steps to take Wockhardt's Prasanna Bharatan on Why Audits Often Are Not Meaningful How can improve internal audits be improved and made more meaningful?

ISO identification of medicinal products (IDMP)

OpenText Information Management

Enterprise Content Management Information Management EIM ISO IDMP Life sciences pharmaceuticalIn a previous blog I looked at some of the EU regulations that are disrupting the Life Sciences sector.

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Business Process Modeling Use Cases and Definition

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This also extends to industry-specific other compliance mandates such as those in healthcare, pharmaceutical and the financial services industries. What is business process modeling (BPM)? A visual representation of what your business does and how it does it.

The hidden threats facing your intellectual property

IT Governance

For life sciences and pharmaceutical companies, this includes data on the development and testing of new therapies and details of how therapies are manufactured. Cyber Resilience Healthcare Intellectual Property Life Sciences Pharmaceutical

Former Physician Convicted of Criminal HIPAA Violation

Data Breach Today

The case was tied to providing a pharmaceutical salesperson access to patients' medical records Case Involved Unauthorized Access to Patient Records A former Massachusetts gynecologist has been convicted in a rare case involving a criminal HIPAA violation.

With a focus on seamless sharing across domains, OpenText Documentum for Life Sciences 16.4 takes a giant leap forward

OpenText Information Management

When major acquisitions happen, market analysts, competitors, customers, and employees alike are watching closely to determine what’s next.

My Health Record 'identical' to failed UK scheme, privacy expert says

The Guardian Data Protection

Health Data protection Australia news Technology Privacy Pharmaceuticals industryCare.data was cancelled because drug and insurance companies were able to buy patient data Australia’s impending My Health Record system is “identical” to a failed system in England that was cancelled after it was found to be selling patient data to drug and insurance companies , a British privacy expert has said.

Maintaining Regulatory-Compliant Cloud Solutions

Perficient Data & Analytics

Cloud Data & Analytics Digital Transformation Integration & IT Modernization Life Sciences Operations Regulatory Compliance Strategy 21 CFR Part 11 clinical cloud compliance Data hosting IaaS medical device PaaS pharmaceutical Regulatory SaaS Software Systems technology

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Who Is Responsible For The Compliance Of Cloud Systems?

Perficient Data & Analytics

Cloud Data & Analytics Digital Transformation Integration & IT Modernization Life Sciences Operations Regulatory Compliance Strategy 21 CFR Part 11 clinical cloud compliance Data hosting IaaS medical device PaaS pharmaceutical Regulatory SaaS Software Systems technologyAny time you take advantage of a cloud service – infrastructure, platform, or software – for a regulated purpose, you are ultimately responsible for its regulatory compliance, not the cloud vendor.

Refresher: Which IT Systems Are Regulated

Perficient Data & Analytics

Cloud Data & Analytics Digital Transformation Integration & IT Modernization Life Sciences Operations Regulatory Compliance Strategy 21 CFR Part 11 clinical cloud compliance Data hosting IaaS medical device PaaS pharmaceutical Regulatory SaaS Software Systems technologyIf your company makes drugs, medical devices, or biologics (vaccines, blood and blood components, allergenics, somatic cells, gene therapy, tissues, and recombinant therapeutic proteins), it is regulated.

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Key Takeaways About Compliant IT Systems In The Cloud

Perficient Data & Analytics

Cloud Data & Analytics Digital Transformation Integration & IT Modernization Life Sciences Operations Regulatory Compliance Strategy 21 CFR Part 11 clinical cloud compliance Data hosting IaaS medical device PaaS pharmaceutical Regulatory SaaS Software Systems technologyThis is the final post in our series on maintaining regulatory-compliant IT systems in the cloud. In this post, we’ll go over the key takeaways from the series and then we’ll send you on your way!

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How To Qualify Cloud Vendors

Perficient Data & Analytics

Because the ultimate responsibility for regulatory compliance lies with you – the pharmaceutical or medical device company – you need to be much more proactive and critical. Cloud Data & Analytics Digital Transformation Integration & IT Modernization Life Sciences Operations Regulatory Compliance Strategy 21 CFR Part 11 clinical cloud compliance Data hosting IaaS medical device PaaS pharmaceutical Regulatory SaaS Software Systems technology

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How To Use Contracts For Regulatory Compliance Of Cloud Systems

Perficient Data & Analytics

Cloud Data & Analytics Digital Transformation Integration & IT Modernization Life Sciences Operations Regulatory Compliance Strategy 21 CFR Part 11 clinical cloud compliance Data hosting IaaS medical device PaaS pharmaceutical Regulatory SaaS Software Systems technologyIn the previous post in this series, we discussed how to qualify cloud vendors.

Transforming pharma’s customer value chain with digital technologies

DXC Technology

by Satish Nair and Manjunath Shanabag Pharmaceutical companies struggle with a complex and, often, poorly managed partner, customer and distribution network. It’s not surprising, given the makeup of most large pharma companies. Large, often disconnected product portfolios are built through discovery — both internally and externally with academia and biotech partners — and global clinical […]. Analytics Business Processes Life Sciences

Introducing Box GxP Validation: Compliance for an Agile Cloud

Box

Organizations in the life sciences, including pharmaceuticals, biotech and medical device companies, are rapidly transforming.

Using a 'Privacy by Design' Approach to GDPR Compliance

Data Breach Today

To prepare for compliance with the EU's GDPR, which will be enforced beginning in May, organizations must adopt a "privacy by design" approach, says Subhajit Deb, CISO at Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, an India headquartered pharmaceutical company that does business in 11 countries

China gets ready to launch eCTD, as companies face a challenging learning curve

DXC Technology

by Winnie Yang and Leslie Wan China is gearing up for the implementation of electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD) submissions to accelerate the review and approval of new pharmaceuticals. A year after officially introducing the subject, the life sciences industry in this country is starting to see greater momentum toward implementation. Publication of official specifications […]. Life Sciences eCTD regulatory compliance regulatory content management

Implementing a real-time catalog of enterprise data assets

Information Management Resources

Beyond defining access privileges, effective data governance means that companies need to be able to document or label their data assets, much like the labels on pharmaceuticals. Data management Data visualization Data discovery

More Attacks against Computer Automatic Update Systems

Schneier on Security

Also, our experts identified three additional victims: another video gaming company, a conglomerate holding company and a pharmaceutical company, all in South Korea.

Regulatory Matters: EU regulatory change is coming fast in Life Sciences

OpenText Information Management

However, the next few years are about to see major new legislation in the EU that could result in major disruption to Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare companies – wherever they are. The Life Sciences sector is used to constant regulatory change.

My Health Record: big pharma can apply to access data

The Guardian Data Protection

‘Each application would be assessed on its own merits,’ senators told Pharmaceutical companies will be allowed to apply for data from the controversial My Health Record system, a Senate committee hearing has been told. Caroline Edwards, the deputy secretary of the Department of Health, told the committee third-party access arrangements would allow medical and public health researchers access to de-identified data. Continue reading.

The Importance of EA/BP for Mergers and Acquisitions

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Industry-specific regulations in areas like healthcare, pharmaceuticals and financial services have been in place for some time.

Chronicle experts spotted a Linux variant of the Winnti backdoor

Security Affairs

Chronicle researchers while investigating the cyber attack that hit the Bayer pharmaceutical company in April. “In April 2019, reports emerged of an intrusion involving Winnti malware at a German Pharmaceutical company.”

NEW TECH: How Semperis came to close a huge gap in Active Directory disaster preparedness

The Last Watchdog

pharmaceutical giant Merck; the crippling of its AD tool resulted in suffering drug shortages and losing hundreds of millions of dollars ( latest estimation is 870 million ). In today’s complex IT environments, a million things can go wrong, though only a few systems touch everything.

This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Janssen-Cilag Wiki Case Study

ChiefTech

Tuesday, 21 August 2007 Janssen-Cilag Wiki Case Study Here is a great Aussie wiki case study shared by Nathan Wallace from Janssen-Cilag , a pharmaceutical subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. This is the old ChiefTech blog. Nice of you to drop in and visit.

Q&A: The drivers behind the stark rise — and security implications — of ‘memory attacks’

The Last Watchdog

Merck had one of its pharmaceuticals delayed, which led to a global shortage. A distinctive class of hacking is rising to the fore and is being leveraged by threat actors to carry out deep, highly resilient intrusions of well-defended company networks. Related: Memory hacking becomes a go-to tactic These attacks are referred to in the security community as “fileless attacks” or “memory attacks.”

Why Data Now Makes Every Company a Tech Company

Perficient Data & Analytics

The company has more than 172,000 employees and sells its product across 70 countries for numerous markets ranging from cooking oil to baby food to cosmetics to pharmaceuticals.

Q&A: How AI, digital transformation are shaking up revenue management in high tech, life sciences

The Last Watchdog

Model N’s 2019 State of Revenue Report surveyed CEOs, CMOs and senior sales executives from leading pharmaceutical, medical devices, high-tech manufacturing and semiconductor companies. A recent poll of some 300 senior executives from U.S.-based

Enterprise Architect: A Role That Keeps Evolving

erwin

Enterprise architect is a common job title within IT organizations at large companies, but the term lacks any standard definition.

BEST PRACTICES: Rising complexities of provisioning identities has pushed ‘IGA’ to the fore

The Last Watchdog

Its customer base is comprised of eight of the top 15 banks, four of the top six healthcare insurance and managed care providers, nine of the top 15 property and casualty insurance providers, five of the top 13 pharmaceutical companies, and 11 of the largest 15 federal agencies. Identity governance and administration, or IGA , has suddenly become a front-burner matter at many enterprises. Related: Identity governance issues in the age of digital transformation.

Fake 3D printed security seals used to mask pharmaceutical heist

3ders

However, a report this week coming out of Europe has revealed that cargo thieves have found a way to clone security seals using 3D printing technology, and have used the method to successfully hijack cargo from a pharmaceutical shipment.

Data on Tap for all Your Data Woes

Reltio

“But didn’t your pharmaceutical company initiated digital transformation recently?” Ramya Krishnan , Reltio Meeting an old friend is always a pleasure. A cozy coffee shop, peaceful mid-morning, and genuine casual talk.

Cycle Pharmaceuticals: 3D printed orphan drugs to hit market in 2-3 years

3ders

As 3D printing continues to take the medical industry by storm, one pharmaceutical company is ready to take advantage of what it sees as an exciting new business opportunity.

Exclusive Cybaze ZLab – Yoroi – Hunting Cozy Bear, new campaign, old habits

Security Affairs

The researchers of Yoroi ZLab, on 16 November, accessed to a new APT29’s dangerous malware which seems to be involved in the recent wave of attacks aimed at many important US entities, such as military agencies, law enforcement, defense contractors , media companies and pharmaceutical companies.

Intelligent Automation Provider, Captricity, Relaunches as Vidado

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Cybaze ZLab – Yoroi team analyzed malware used in recent attacks on US entities attributed to APT29

Security Affairs

The researchers of Yoroi ZLab, on 16 November, accessed to a new APT29’s dangerous malware which seems to be involved in the recent wave of attacks aimed at many important US entities, such as military agencies, law enforcement, defense contractors , media companies and pharmaceutical companies.