How Our Unhealthy Cybersecurity Infrastructure Is Hurting Biotechnology
Recent security breaches in the data of health care providers and governments point toward a larger problem for the biotechnology sector, which on average has been growing more than 10 percent per year over the past decade—much faster than the rest of the economy. Current cybersecurity policy, however, neglects the biotech industry, endangering not only the growth of business but also the infrastructure underpinning the future of life sciences.
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Formerly European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Technological Development, Directorate on Science, Economy and Society
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