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Fact or myth: Is decentralization the future in clinical trials?

“70% of potential participants live more than two hours from trial sites, so decentralization broadens trial access to reach a larger number and potentially more diverse pool of patients,” writes McKinsey and Company.

This quote teases a few advantages of decentralized clinical trials (DCTs), which accommodate the changing landscape of clinical trials—influenced by patient centricity, new wearable technology, and increasingly personalized medicines.

Hop into minute 6 of this webinar to understand the ins and outs of DCTs, including:

  1. The benefits of DCTs
  2. DCT types, considerations, best practices, & impact
  3. Loftware Prisym 360 overview
  4. And more

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  • CW ANZ, November 2018: Exploring blockchain

    Blockchain technology has been in the news due to its ability to provide much better security, transparency and efficiency. In this issue of CW ANZ, we look at how enterprises in Australia and New Zealand are using blockchain technology to improve security and efficiency, and what it takes to spur greater adoption among ANZ enterprises.

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    In the first full quarter since Australia’s mandatory breach disclosure scheme came into effect, the highest number of data breaches came from healthcare providers, amid controversy over the national health record system.

    Australian government digital agency trials Microsoft secure cloud service

    Digital Transformation Agency employees will have access to Exchange Online, SharePoint, Skype for Business and several Azure services via Microsoft Office 365.

    New Zealand ready to conduct national cyber security exercise after year delay

    The country has begun testing the cyber resilience of its critical national infrastructure this month, bringing together multiple agencies to protect assets of national significance.

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    Encryption is the key layer in any data security strategy as it ensures data cannot be read by unauthorized users. Even if multiple layers of protection fail or are breached, encrypted data stays protected.

    Endpoint encryption can ensure data remains safe from unauthorized access when it is stored and transmitted to another endpoint. Two main approaches to endpoint encryption that companies can implement to protect data are full-disk encryption and file encryption.

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