Security for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies
Biotech and pharma companies are responsible for producing innovations that are often an essential part of daily lives around the globe which means they are a primary target for bad actors. With a rapidly evolving and complex threat landscape, pharma and biotech security teams need a more holistic view of threats to mitigate risk and minimize losses.
Keep company employees, assets and information safe and secure
Protect employees and assets
With the exponential increase in external threats against companies, organizations need to establish a cost effective approach to providing safety and security for their employees and assets. Security teams without a modern program risk safety, security and reputation damage. They need a corporate security program that supports the visibility of persons of interest (POIs), OSINT activity across the internet and the dark web and other sources to uncover important details and relevant information to protect employees as well as the company’s assets and interests.
Detect insider threats early
From leaked intellectual property to the sabotage of goods, insider threats — whether intentional or accidental — can cause massive tangible & monetary consequences. With many employees or contracted vendors having access to sensitive data and supply, it is more important than ever to have protocols in place to detect threat indicators early and hone in on malicious activity or identify human error that could negatively impact the business.
Maintain business operations
Avoiding damage or disruption to the transfer of supplies is of critical importance to any Pharmaceutical or Biotech company. With so much information to process and monitor, pharma and biotech security teams need to be able to quickly surface relevant, critical signals from multiple sources including weather, social media, real-time events, human intelligence and technology systems so that they can leverage data and interactive maps to proactively identify risks and have a coordinated, proactive response.
By 2025, 70% of CEOs will mandate a culture of organizational resilience to survive coincident threats from cybercrime, severe weather events, civil unrest and political instabilities.
The estimated annual cost from IP theft and loss is between $225B and $600B.
THE COMMISSION OF THEFT AND AMERICAN IP, 2021
Nearly 69% of organizations feel that business continuity / operational risk levels are increasing.