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  • Processor vulnerability: an update from our SRE team

    As you may have seen in the news last week, a major security vulnerability was announced potentially allowing unauthorised individuals to gain access to privileged information via a vulnerability with modern day processors. The announcement was made early Thursday morning GMT (4th January 2018). IDBS’s cloud teams started to...

    Date: 8th January 2018

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  • Data security (part three): getting your strategy right

    Getting a data security strategy right is critical for any business. In the blog final in his data security series, Scott Hluhanich explains what you need to know. Getting a data security strategy right is critical for any business. In the blog final in his data security series, Scott...

    Date: 4th January 2018

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  • Data security (part two): sources of threats

    Insider threats present an urgent problem which can be addressed with the help of appropriate technology. In the second blog in his data security series, Scott Hluhanich explores where these threats are originating. Sharing data through email and consumer-grade file transfer services present several risks including a lack of...

    Date: 18th December 2017

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  • Data security (part one): industry trends and impact

    Data security is a hot topic for all businesses. In his first blog of three, Scott Hluhanich explains how security incidents are on the rise and discusses how much these incidents are costing businesses. In the 2015 US State of Cybercrime Survey, a record 79% of respondents said they...

    Date: 12th December 2017

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  • Data security for modern laboratories

    Security is an obvious concern for research organizations. Moving data in and out of the building requires trust by all parties, which is difficult, especially when sharing data across different countries, offices and individuals. Before engaging in any collaborative project, businesses need to determine how that are planning to...

    Date: 27th November 2017

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  • Does the future of the R&D industry lie in robot hands?

    With teams under pressure to develop new products faster and at a lower cost, it’s easy to see the appeal of robots for R&D organizations. Most lab processes are geared around the regular 9-5 working day, but with a robotic workforce, some processes could theoretically run 24/7, 365 days...

    Date: 20th November 2017

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  • The i3 Community Forum: here’s what you missed

    In October, IDBS hosted our first ever i3 Community Forum in North America. You may have heard about it, or even attended. Usually, we hold three small regional forums across the region, but this year we tried something different and decided to host one large conference for all of...

    Date: 8th November 2017

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  • How to minimize mistakes in scientific R&D

    In his epic novel Ulysses, author James Joyce wrote that mistakes “are the portals of discovery”. He’s wrong. Okay, it’s slightly contentious (and perhaps slightly ambitious) to call out a literary giant, but hear me out… In the pharmaceutical industry, creating a successful new drug takes 10 years on...

    Date: 1st November 2017

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  • Change management for laboratories: what you need to know

    The world we live in is ever-changing – just take a look at how technology has advanced in recent years. Some readers will even remember a time before the internet (oh the horror!), and yet, in a relatively small space of time, we’ve gone from dial up, to broadband,...

    Date: 25th October 2017

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