Rashmi Kumar, SVP and CIO, McKesson
In the years 2011-2016, 160 security breaches are documented that affected at least 3.5 billion records. Of those security breaches, 111 were from hacking–or about 70 percent.
Michele C. D’Alessandro, VP and CIO, Manufacturing IT, Merck
The manufacturing world is undergoing its fourth industrial revolution, known as Industry 4.0, spurred by the proliferation of digital capabilities (Internet of Things), and the integration.
Marc Probst, CIO and VP, Intermountain Healthcare
As evidenced by the malware-induced breach at Banner Health and the ransomware attack at Hollywood Presbyterian earlier this year.
Silji Abraham, CIO, MilliporeSigma
There is, perhaps, no better time on Earth to be a scientist.
Jason Sankey, CIO, Franklin County
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) changed the way the U.S. looked at managing risk and compliance in the investment banking technology space. It is hard to believe that we soon will see the 15th anniversary of SOX.
Ramkumar Rayapureddy, Global CIO, Mylan
The surge in clinical trials across the world has led to an increase in the volume of data pertaining to new drugs, ailments and their outcomes being recorded.
Judy Murrah, CIO, Applied DNA Sciences Inc
The Internet of Things is focused on smart things. “Unintelligent” things such as pharmaceuticals need a voice to ensure that they are real, safe, and traceable.
Michael Smith, CIO & Head of Global Business Services, Mylan Bertek Pharmaceuticals
Businesses today face many obstacles that are increasingly challenging, complex and immense in scale. IT must redefine its role in business and move beyond simply being a support to organization, or we will not survive.
Kristin Darby, CIO, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
The rapid decrease in the cost of DNA sequencing that has occurred since 2008 has ignited innovation in the precision medicine area.