Clinical Trials at Risk: Mitigating against Cyberattack

January 7, 2021

The last post in our risk management series discussed the relationship between issues and risks—namely, that a quality issue can elevate an existing risk or serve as a harbinger of a new risk. When an issue occurs, it’s not enough to react to the problem – we also need to anticipate the ripple effects.

Caleb Barlow, CEO of CynergisTek details in this article the COVID-19 pandemic increased risk of cyberattacks for clinical trial sponsors and vendors and describes how cyberattacks have evolved over the last several years, and why we should be preparing for one.

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