Governance, Risk and Compliance in the Globalized Scientific Community

Tuesday, Sept. 19th 2017 10 AM– 2.00 PM EDT

Today’s challenges, including advancing science through new technologies is directly impacted by your ability to protect and secure your data.  You must prevent outside threats while collaborating on a global basis as this is a paramount concern throughout the industry.  It isn’t just adhering  to compliance and regulation, more importantly, protecting those valued digital assets as they move across a corporate campus and around the globe is critical.

Come have lunch with OpenSky Corporation and BioTeam to discuss the intersection of Science, IT and Data Protection beyond compliance and regulation.

For more information, please contact John Pierce at jpierce@openskycorp.com or (973) 314-9287

Event Details:

When:
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Where:
Markley Group
One Summer Street
Boston, MA 02110
Agenda:
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
   Presentation and Q&A
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
   Lunch, networking and closing

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Mark is OpenSky’s National Practice Director and Chief Information Security Officer, and formerly a Chief Security Architect at a Fortune 100 healthcare company. He contributes to numerous industry forums including the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyber Space, the Medical Device Innovation Safety Consortium, and the DHS Cyber Incident Data and Analysis Group. Mark is a Ponemon Institute Fellow with over 25 years’ experience working to help organizations protect themselves in an increasingly digital world.

Chris Dagdigian is one of the co-founders of BioTeam.  He has spent much of the last 15 years designing, building, fixing and improving research-focused HPC and IT systems for use in demanding production computing environments.   Dagdigian specializes in research computing and infrastructure technology issues in the life sciences. He is a founding member of the Bioperl Project, co-founder of the Bioclusters mailing list and serves on the board of directors as Treasurer of the Open Bioinformatics Foundation.

Chris has been a featured speaking at Bio IT World with Trends from the Trenches and the 2017 Micro-Symposium.