Risk Mitigation for Higher Levels of Data Integrity

Risk Mitigation for Higher Levels of Data Integrity

07/15/2020, 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM

Stage 4, Booth 2276, Exhibit Hall
Language:
English
Many of us are placing a high focus on data integrity within our businesses. This is especially true for those involved in the manufacture of pharmaceutical and biotechnology products. Regulatory bodies remain focused on compliance related to data integrity. Our businesses can define a path to data integrity, but it is important that we consider risk mitigation activities. The first risk mitigation consideration should be the processes within our business. Second, a close review of our automation systems is needed. There are many automation providers that can assist us in mitigating data integrity risks through improved technology. Of course, as automation technology advances data security needs to be a major concern. Data quality is important, but how do we reduce the risk of our data being compromised. Finally, one of the most challenging aspects of insuring data integrity is the human factor. How can we work to reduce risk associated with human error.

Contributors

  • Rick Jarrell

    Speaker

    Business Development Manager - Life Sciences - Americas

    Eurotherm by Schneider Electric

    Rick Jarrell joined Eurotherm by Schneider-Electric in 1982. During his tenure with Eurotherm he has held multiple positons from Field Service...

Objective

  1. Objective 1. Gain a full understanding of the focus on data integrity within the Life Science marketplace 2. Obtain an understanding of the different aspects of risk mitigation that are associated with insuring high levels of data integrity 3. Understand the actions that can be taken within your business to mitigate risks that could result in lower levels of data integrity

Type of Session

  1. Type of Session
    Session

Categories

  1. Track
    Compliance/Quality

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