95% of cyber-crime in Life Sciences is attributed to Intellectual Property theft.
Scientists around the world depend on the quality and consistency of antibodies and other reagents from LSBio (LifeSpan Biosciences, Inc.) to develop new treatments and perform cutting-edge research. The work demands meticulous attention to quality, purity, and repeatability. It also requires a high information security posture, including protective and defense measures. A few years back, LSBio saw the need to mature their cybersecurity program.
Dr. Randall Kintner, CIO of LSBio, remembers, “We had a SIEM onsite, but we didn’t have the bandwidth to manage it optimally. As with most SIEMs, continuous tuning is required to separate false alerts from real ones.“
To see what Kintner did that was better than a SIEM, download the case study. You'll also see how he satisfied the compliance requirements of the very complex biotech world.
We looked at what it was going to take to do full monitoring on our own and realized we wanted an alternative.
Dr. Randall Kintner