The labor shortages sweeping the US and other parts of the world extend to the diagnostic laboratory space as well. The diagnostic laboratory industry was already short on qualified people to fill the key roles required under CLIA.
Digital transformation is the incorporating of innovative technologies, talent, and processes to improve operations of a business and ensure customer satisfaction. In the Life Sciences industry, a critical area to target relative to a digital transformation is the supplier quality management function. [Read More]
CSols Inc. was recently contracted to validate WinLIMS for Zosano Pharma, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company that planned to transition from paper record-keeping & take advantage of the increased efficiency & data accessibility offered by a laboratory information management system (LIMS). [Read More]
Between October 11-13th, Strateos was a proud participant at the 20/15 Visioneers Cloud Lab, HTE, Lab Automation Virtual Conference alongside other thought leaders in the space such as PerkinElmer, Dotmatics and Gingko Bioworks.
Managing cybersecurity within an organization can be challenging, more so when the in-house knowledge and management drive concerning cybersecurity is lacking. But does it have to be so complicated? What tools exist to help organizations sort through and implement proper safeguards for their cyber infrastructure, and in particular their associated privacy-specific data? In this 2021 paper published in Sensors, Gonzalez-Granadillo et al. propose a privacy risk management toolkit called AMBIENT (Automated Cyber and Privacy Risk Management Toolkit) that "not only assesses cyber and privacy risks in a thorough and automated manner, but it also offers decision-support capabilities to recommend optimal safeguards using the well-known repository of the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Controls." After presenting related work, describing AMBIENT, and showing the results of a demo, the author conclude that "security managers can use AMBIENT’s results as a guide in their decision-making process to define appropriate security policies and strategies that keep risk scores within acceptable levels."
This is a Curtin University course that is released on the edX platform. The five-week course is designed for students to "learn how to apply software solutions for different systems and big data needs to your IoT designs." The course is free to take, with a Verified Certificate of completion available for $149. This course is also part of Curtin's Internet of Things MicroMasters program. The course requires on average four to six hours a week of effort. Access to the class begins February 24, 2020.