OT security and safety in life sciences

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Cybersecurity is a major threat to organizations of all kinds. But until recently, relatively few life science companies have considered the potential risk of attacks on their production and manufacturing environments. Yet there are serious vulnerabilities, for reasons including the expansion of connectivity in these environments or the use of legacy operating systems. Life sciences organizations need to act now to protect themselves and gain competitive advantage in their market.

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Piotr Ciepiela
Executive Director, Advisory Services — IoT, Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Advisory Center, Ernst & Young sp. z o. o. Business Advisory sp. k., Poland
Anthony Bramwell
Partner, Advisory Services — Performance Improvement, Ernst & Young AG, Switzerland
Leszek Mróz
Manager, Advisory Services — Cybersecurity, Ernst & Young sp. z o. o. Business Advisory sp. k., Poland
Irina Kusnezow
Manager, Advisory Services — Cybersecurity Life Sciences, Ernst & Young GmbH, Germany

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