Beyond safety - Delivering Business Value from Biometric Security
Sponsored by: Nymi
Date: 30 May
Days to go: 4
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Security and Productivity can be related
The demand for increased Pharmaceutical manufacturing is only offset by the growing stringent requirements by regulatory bodies for good governance over the manufacturing process. Warning letters for data integrity issues have more than doubled in the last couple of years. The need for trackability and traceability is at an all-time high.
Security, data integrity and productivity are interconnected. Today’s security needs are different and more dynamic than what we’ve seen in the past. In 2018, there were over 6500 security breaches, 50% of which involved passwords. How does a business look at security and hope to keep information secure, let alone ensure that the data is good?
We’ll look at real world insight on how to keep create security that also allows for salient data points that can be used for traceability, trackability and compliance. We’ll also talk about security and productivity solutions that work in GMP and lab environments.
Pharma 4.0 involves Improving efficiency in manufacturing. Being able to do this involves having data insight that is actionable and insightful. Joining this webinar will help you identify the factors needed in building a process that is secure, compliant and produces good data points.
Marketing Director at Nymi
Phil Chang is the Marketing Director at Nymi. He's generally known as a Retail Industry Expert, but with 20 years of experience under his belt that include companies like Pfizer and Johnson&Johnson, Phil is creating a new conversation around Nymi that focuses on how technology can help companies with productivity, security and compliance. A frequent speaker at industry events in Canada and the US, across multiple verticals, you'll find him searching for unique local businesses everywhere he goes. With three kids, he doesn't really have spare time, but prefers to think of family time as becoming learning the nuances of Gen Z.
Product Manager at Nymi
Alison Lee is a Product Manager at Nymi. One of the original Nymians, she has held critical roles at Nymi. Alison studied Nanotechnology Engineering and is uniquely equipped to speak about Nymi’s unique product offering.
As a critical member of the team, she’s constantly involved with customers from a roll out and development perspective - she can speak to real world situations where Nymi has been able to help our customers be safer, more productive and compliant. A member of ISPE, she is also a coordinator of the Loran Scholars Alumni Organization. In her spare time, Alison exercises her creative skills with world class culinary creations on @whatscooking_chef_al
Key Learning Objectives
- Security – authenticated vs authorized
- Data Integrity – best practices to keeping good data
- Compliance – the importance of a nonrepudiated action
- Productivity – identifying the right places to use new technology
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