Monday 21 September 2020

Application Of Wireless Technology In The Pharmaceuticals Sector

With wireless technology becoming more popular in the pharmaceutical sector, this brings with the convenience the joint risks of cybersecurity and data integrity.

To look into both issues, Tim Sandle has written a new article.

Data collected from the pharmaceutical plant can be held on computerized systems, servers or portable media; it can also be traveling through wired or wireless networks. At any location, data is always at risk from intentional and unintentional breaches, together with problems arising from intermittent connections, lost data, and security risks. In addition, problems can arise due to inappropriate selection of technology or with poor configuration, such as: Poorly characterized or poorly utilized wireless systems (e.g., wireless networks). Lost, corrupted, or time-delayed transmissions, and degradations.

The reference is:

Sandle, T. (2020) Application Of Wireless Technology In The Pharmaceuticals Sector: Maintaining Data Integrity, Security And Privacy, Journal of GxP Compliance, 24 (3):

Posted by Dr. Tim Sandle, Pharmaceutical Microbiology Resources (

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