Posts tagged for “CyberSecurity”

Life Sciences and Healthcare

Highlights from HIMSS: Part Two

February 14th, 2019

Throughout the second day at HIMSS, I had the opportunity to partake in discussions with current and prospective partners, advisors, and analysts on arguably the most pressing topic facing healthcare IT today – security and privacy.

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Zero Trust Realized

November 14th, 2018

The Zero Trust security movement has taken hold—and being asked to not trust by default is discouraging. However, when positioning the Unisys contribution to Zero Trust architecture, I became more sanguine about the prospect of applying an identity-driven cybersecurity approach that relies on data obfuscation, security analytics and automation, and that never assumes trust.

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Protect the Critical: A New Approach to Cybersecurity

June 15th, 2018

With increasing demand for the free flow of data to conduct daily life, businesses and governments are forced to rethink how they made data and systems available. For security professionals, protecting the critical has become a boardroom concern of how to increase productivity without putting the organization at risk.

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European Voices

Innovation or Obliteration? How the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Can Secure Itself from Attack

June 14th, 2018

The pharmaceutical industry is challenged with keeping up with the constant development of groundbreaking research, alongside the barrage of new innovations, regulations and digital technologies. As the sector charges full-speed into the digital age, how it responds to these stimuli, and how it adapts its business models, will be crucial in determining its success in creating the supply chains of tomorrow.

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