SAP Innovation Forum
Join NNIT on the SAP Innovation Forum and learn how we can help you and your company face the Digital Transformation.
We are excited to welcome you to our booth where we will share our experiences with helping companies face the Digital Transformation.
We will also provide information on our upcoming SAP seminars and how to sign up for these.
See you on April 4 in Lokomotivværkstedet, Otto Busses Vej 5A, 2450 Copenhagen.
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Conference: IDC IT Security 2017
The IDC Security Conference will help you navigate the IT security jungle and ensure that you as an IT Security Officer can be at the forefront and provide business security - at the terms of your business.
You can read more about the conference here..
NNIT Speaker at ISPE Nordic Affiliate Conference
At the 2017 ISPE Nordic Affiliate Conference, NNIT will be represented by Anders Vidstrup, Quality and Security SME. Anders will give his opinion on validations of cloud solutions and how to avoid the pitfalls.
The Nordic Affiliate Conference will focus on Serialization and supply chain management in the pharmaceutical industry. With the Delegated Act on safety features fast approaching, the conference will address the newest trends within serialization and prepare you and your company for compliance with the new regulations. ISPE Nordic have gathered several experts and companies from within the industry who will share their experience with implementation of serialization.
Join a packed event on Serialization in Supply Chain on September 21. For more information and registration, click here.
Webinar: EU GDPR Solution Design
Join this webinar to learn how to conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment and how to then build a suitable Solution Design based on the outcome.
The enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) the 25th of May 2018 is fast-approaching and all companies working with personal data in the EU will have to comply with a long line of new requirements. They will among others have to be able to document how they store, treat and protect personal data.NNIT’s EU GDPR Team has great experience with helping clients across industries through the stages in a personal data compliance program incl. mapping of personal data flows and the legal gap analysis. When the first stages have been executed it is necessary to find the best suited technical as well as organizational solutions to minimize the risk of sanctions. Join this webinar to learn how to conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment, and how to then build a suitable Solution Design based on the assessment outcome. We will also share our main findings and experiences from our EU GDPR projects.
Introduction to NNIT's EU GDPR Analysis Approach
The EU GDPR 6 Phase Model
Typical Findings from Analysis Projects
NNIT's Solution Approach - NNIT's Roles and Use Cases
Steve Peacock, Consulting Director, NNIT
Mobeen Arif, EU GDPR Solutions Lead, NNIT Time:
November 14th - 3.00 - 3.45 PM CET/9.00 - 9.45 AM EST Contact:
If you have any questions, then please contact Nicoline Liu Poulsen at email@example.com.
GDPR Solution Day
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a current topic that is very hard to avoid. Most organizations are aware at this point of the regulation’s overall requirements, and some are also at a point in their journey where they have already mapped their data flows and identified their gaps to compliance.
The next step along the journey is to find the appropriate solutions to close these gaps. While there are many approaches to this, there are some that are more appropriate than others. This is why NNIT would like to invite you in for a day, where we, together with a line of our business partners, will give you an overview of the most common obstacles as well as the appropriate solutions to your GDPR pains.
The GDPR Solution Day includes a technical track and a governance track in order to make the day as relevant for your role as possible.
The sign up is now closed.
Time & Place:
Wednesday, February 7 - 2018, 8.30-16.00
NNIT, Østmarken 3A, 2860 Søborg
|Registration and breakfast|
|9.00||Welcome to GDPR Solution Day|
|9.15||NNIT's GDPR Journey & Data Processor Role|
|9.45||Solving the GDPR Solutions Puzzle|
|10.45||Client Case: Forenede Gruppeliv|
|Technical Track||Governance Track|
|12.10||Locate your Data and Access it Securely||Undesired Habits can Trip Up your GDPR Implementation|
|12.45||Using the Log Archive to Demonstrate Compliance||Consent Management is a New Opportunity|
|13.15||Access & Governance||Transform Personal|
|Management Solutions for the Enterprise||Data Processes with RPA|
|14.00||A Blockchain Approach to Application Logging||Track and Enforce your Data Policies|
|NNIT||Data & More|
|14.30||Data Masking test data using Dynamic Data Platforms||Getting Started with your DPO Organization|
NNIT’s GDPR Journey & Data Processor Role
NNIT is currently going through the same journey as its customers. In addition, as an IT service provider, NNIT is a data processor on a large scale. In this presentation NNIT’s own GDPR Program Lead will share the status on NNI’s own GDPR Program, our learnings, and explain what our role as a data processor means for us and our customers.
Solving the GDPR Solutions Puzzle
After having identified the gaps to EU GDPR compliance comes the time where you need to select and prioritize the solutions to close the gaps. This is not a simple task and you will find that the solution is not one technology, but that the solutions involve people, processes and technologies. In this presentation you get an overview of the methodology to put together the appropriate solutions puzzle.
Continuous Compliance & Integration
EU GDPR is not a one-time project and it most definitely does not stop on May 25. It is a continuous program that is not only changing the way that we work now, but how we work in the future. How do you ensure continuous compliance and how do you ensure the integration between systems in the future? In this presentation you will learn how to continue with gap analyses also after May 25 and how these will ensure your continuous compliance.
Locate your Data and Access it Securely
Learn how to identify, govern and protect personal data in structured and unstructured data repositories. Using SAS allows you to combine machine learning with subject-matter expertise so you can make sense of all your data. Remember, before you can provide the high level of data protection needed to comply with regulations, you first need the ability to locate your data and securely access it.
Using the Log Archive to Demonstrate Compliance
GDPR requires that organizations can document who did what, when (and why). In this presentation, LogPoint will present how the central log archive can be used as a repository for all logs from e.g. the access management solution, and how compliance can be demonstrated using the dashboards and the reporting functionality within LogPoint.
Access & Governance Management Solutions for the Enterprise
A Blockchain Approach to Application Logging
The requirements for securing and ensuring high integrity application logs have become a significant challenge with new regulations such as GDPR. Often application logs are logged in simple repositories such as text files or databases, without proper protection from tampering, deletion or confidentiality breaches.
Application Logging Framework (ALF) is a solution that is inspired by Blockchain principles and addresses those key challenges in GDPR and ensures high transparency and security.
Data Masking test data using Dynamic Data Platforms
90% of data in a company are copies used for development, testing, reporting and analytics. Much of this has sensitive information required by the GDPR to mask (anonymise) which is expensive and slow. This presentation will offer insights how Dynamic Data Platforms can automat this process and embed data masking into the delivery of data. Not only can this platform mask all non-production data, but reduce storage costs, speed up the projects and improve quality.
Undesired Habits can Trip Up your GDPR Implementation
Your employee receives an email from a business relation that includes CPR-number, health information and much more. You do not have the legal basis to collect the data due to GDPR, so what does the employee do? If you have acted on this, and the employee has a set of guidelines in place, then you are well on your way. But behavior is an often overseen parameter in change projects such as GDPR. Be inspired on how working with strategic storytelling and behavioral design can help you implement desired behavior to ensure compliance. We will be looking into:
- Using strategic storytelling to deliver communication that focusses on desired behavior
- Using behavioral design principles to map out the barriers to the desired behavior
- Using NNIT change management best practice to deliver measurable change
Consent Management is a New Opportunity
Many organizations are realizing that the capture and management of consent data isn’t that straightforward, but it has some distinct benefits when done properly. Informatica offers Enterprise-wide tools for enacting consent data controls that can provide companies with a great opportunity for organizations acting in the role of Data Controllers and Data Processors to build trust with Data Subjects (the individuals whose data they hold) and become truly customer-citizen- and employee centric.
Transform Personal Data Processes with RPA
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) enables organizations to more effectively automate tasks, streamline processes, increase employee productivity, and ultimately deliver more satisfying customer experiences. Enabling RPA to handle any of your personal data processes will not only transform and streamline your organization's workflow; it will allow you to become compliant by minimizing the risk of human error and ultimately also give better customer experience. Explore the latest developments within RPA, and learn how it can help your organization to improve GDPR compliance, and even create a competitive edge for your business.
Track and Enforce your Data Policies
by Data & More
After spending several resources on establishing new ways of working, introduced policies and compliance rules and handled non-compliant data - how do you maintain your level of data compliance in the years to come? How to measure whether your employees are living up to the data guidelines or data policies? The right GDPR tools can help companies on their journey towards GDPR compliance – and also help them stay compliant. With Data & More’s GDPR Toolbox including the Data Policies module your organization can monitor GDPR related data and get fact based insight in your employees’ data governance behavior and compliance with your data policies.
Getting Started with your DPO Organization
May 25th is approaching soon and many organizations have to implement a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Depending on the size and complexity of the organization it’s not going to be a one man or woman job, but an organization needs to be built to support the DPO in his/her day-to-day operations. Your organization has probably completed a risk analysis and identified organizational and technical gaps, now to be solved by the organization with the DPO in charge. How do you address this challenge with limited resources, knowledge and a time race? NNIT has years’ of experience in supporting customers’ Compliance Officers by building and implementing governance models. Be inspired with best practices and how to get started with your own DPO organization.
Veeva R&D Summit, Europe
NNIT is exhibiting and presenting at Veeva R&D Summit 2018.
Veeva R&D Summit is an annual gathering of pharma, biotech and medical devices & diagnostics leaders in clinical, regulatory, quality, and IT. The agenda will have dedicated tracks focused on driving end-to-end business processes across product development.
Read more about the conference here.
NNIT's Kianoosh Khaksar will be presenting in the Quality track with the presentation: “Data Integrity: A Holistic Approach".
While data quality and data integrity are related, they are independent: you can have one without the other. Increasingly, regulators have a focus on data integrity, latest with MHRA's guidance on GxP data integrity (March 2018), where requirements to data's life cycle are made explicit.
However, requirements to data quality are just as important, but not so explicit - even good practice descriptions like GAMP does not define data quality. Yet, most pharma companies struggle with data quality issues and the consequences may be severe, both in terms of internal complications and regulatory compliance.
This talk will therefore discuss the requirements to data quality as a quality management activity in pharma and the value that it gives. The talk will discuss the considerations of data quality controls such as governance boards as well as the technology elements that enable the company to lift the data quality across the IT systems – and maintain this state.
It will highlight a couple of cases of data with data integrity, but low data quality and vice versa, in order to highlight the differences and how quality management activities best can handle them to support business value and regulatory compliance.
Webinar: Can your company keep up with complex compliance tasks?
Compliance gaps can originate from many different causes. However, the increasing complexity in the IT system landscape and related IT processes have challenged the ability to be in compliance and have a consistent and standardized qualification and validation approach across an organization. Moreover, the complexity has also increased the risk of bottleneck issues regarding quality and compliance resources, why it can be difficult for life sciences companies to keep up with IT best practices and IT related regulatory requirements and legislation.
In this webinar, Mikael Fenger, Head of Compliance, Test and Validation at NNIT, will address the challenges, share how you through standardization and automation can stay on top of compliance. Moreover, Mikael will share real-life examples of how selected life sciences companies’ have approached the complexity.
Driving standardizations across the organization
Addressing bottleneck issues
Using Robotics to strengthen your compliance processes
NNIT’s experiences and cases
Mikael Fenger, Head of Compliance, Test and Validation, NNIT
Getting ready for EU MDR
The EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR – 2017/745) entered into force in May 2017 and will reach its full implementation in May 2020.
MDR requires all companies that market devices in the EU must ensure not only compliance, but also an efficient implementation of internal adequate processes, technology and documentation according to the regulation.
The first important step to compliance is to identify your process and technology gaps, conduct a risk assessment and clarify new necessary documentation.
With NNIT’s deep roots in the Life Sciences domain and vast experience with assisting our clients in their journey to compliance, we have the foundation to help you in your adoption of MDR. NNIT has also developed an EU MDR Assessment Tool, which helps you discover all new relevant MDR initiatives (2017/745) for your organization and thereby avoid redundant work and costs as well as delayed compliance.
Join this webinar to learn more about MDR and the steps to compliance.
- EU MDR - Obstacles and New Requirements
- Approach to Compliance - NNIT's Framework
- EU MDR Readiness Assessment Tool - Demo
- How to Form and Execute your EU MDR Project
Speakers: Martin Rother Breyen, Senior Business Consultant, NNIT and Bjarne Wiboe, Subject Matter Expert, NNIT
Time and Date: 3 PM CEST / 3 AM ET, Tuesday October 2, 2018
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24th Annual Validation Week
NNIT is exhibiting and presenting at IVT's 24th Annual Validation Week in San Diego, CA.
About the conference:
Convening validation professionals of all levels for unmatched training, the Validation Week provides a transformative exploration through the world of validation. Build your own conference adventure and trek your way between four unique tracks — Process Validation, Quality, CSV/Data Integrity and Cleaning Validation. Navigate the critical aspects of validation with subject matter expert trailblazers and uncover a wide range of solutions to your organization’s specific challenges. Read more about the conference here...
About the presentation:
Director at NNIT, Raymond McKinney will be giving the presentation: Cutting Costs While Improving Quality in Validation using Robotic Process Automation on the CSV/Data Integrity Track during Validation Week. The presentation agenda consists of:
- Introduction to Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
- Automated software testing using RPA tools
- Accelerating & error-proofing repetitive tasks using RPA tools
- Using RPA in regulated environment
- Live demos and excersices
IDC CxO Direction
Meet NNIT at the conference:
All companies are in one way or another working with various aspects of digital transformation and innovation. But how and why do you move from small and experimental pilots in the basement to being a full scale digital company. Strategy, processes, culture, technology and partnering will be impacted and are a part of the solution, but how do you succeed.
At the conference NNIT will present and inspire with the topic Digital at Scale - The Secret Ingredience for Digital Transformation. Brian Troelsen, Business Development Director will present the key findings from NNITs Expectation Barometer 2018, which focused on this important topic.
3 take away bullets
What is the current state of digital at scale for danish companies
Why and how are companies moving from smaller pilots to being a fully digital company
What are the key challenges and how to overcome them
About the conference:
3rd platform technologies have for a long time been a part of the fundament for Digital Transformation and Digital Innovation. At IDC's CxO Direction conference focus will be on the six Innovation Accelerators and their role in boosting digital innovation in danish organisations. These accelerators including Augmented and Virtuel Reality, Next Generation Security 3D Print, IoT and Robotics will be presented regarding how they are a part of generating innovation and business opportunities within danish organisations.
Many inspring speakers will attend the conference 23 january 2019.
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Webinar: Mixed Reality - How can it drive digitalization?
Join this webinar to learn how Mixed Reality is driving digitalization for frontline workers and how it can impact productivity and quality of service.
NNIT and Virsabi have recently joined forces in a partnership to create fully integrated, cutting edge Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality solutions.
In the webinar we will introduce the leading technologies within the Mixed Reality space and we will demonstrate how they are bringing value to companies within a wide range of industries.
Studies from GE Healthcare and Boeing show productivity gains of up to 46% and Gartner predicts that Augmented and Mixed Reality will have been adopted by 30% of the large enterprise companies in 2020 as part of their digital transformation strategy.
We will share examples of implementations and show how the quality and efficiency of production, maintenance, support and service can be improved.
Mixed Reality is a new and rapidly evolving space. As a conclusion to the webinar we will give insights into how enterprises can start investing in solutions and reap the benefits of these technologies through rapid prototyping, proof of concept testing, focused pilots and full scale rollouts.
Jens Lauritsen, Chief Product Officer, Virsabi
Søren Olsen, Manager, NNIT
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SAP on Azure
Learn how, why and when to move your SAP system to the cloud!
Key take-aways of seminar
- The benefits of SAP in the cloud
- First steps of a successful migration project
- Common pitfalls – what they are and how to avoid them
- Creating continuous value and maintaining secure operations
SAP systems are among the most critical applications used for sensitive data, but they aren't as scalable and flexible as most enterprises would like. Many companies are now looking to the cloud in order to get a more flexible and scalable setup without having to consider security issues or governance questions.
In order to secure a good transition from on-premises SAP capabilities to the cloud, it is vital to have a successful migration. Join NNIT's seminar on April 10 to get useful tips on how and when to migrate SAP to Azure, get insights on SAP services in the cloud and live demo on how to run SAP in the cloud.
We will also have Anders Bonde, Chief Architect Officer from Microsoft who will go through their key learnings from migrating SAP to Azure.
Register for the seminar here
|08:30–09:00||Breakfast and registration|
|09:00–09:10||Welcome by Jens Maagøe, CTO, NNIT|
|09:10–09:50||NNIT SAP Basis managed services on Azure by John Sander, Director SAP Basis, NNIT. Get useful tips on how to successfully migrate to the cloud and how to avoid common pitfalls.|
|09:50–10:20||SAP on Azure demo by Søren Jensen & Rune Hald, NNIT|
|10:35–11:10||Azure by Anders Bonde, Chief Architect Officer, Microsoft. Get insights on how SAP Services work in the cloud and what Cloud economics rule #5 really means.|
|11:10–11:30||NNIT Azure Managed Service by Jesper Bagh, Director of Cloud Innovation, NNIT. Learn how to effectively maintain your SAP system from a cloud services and governance perspective.|
|11:30–11:45||Closing remarks by Jens Maagøe, CTO, NNIT|
|11:45||Lunch and networking|
Webinar: Digital at Scale
Join our webinar on Digital at Scale. Just like schools of fish are far more agile, resistant and fast moving than solitary fish, companies that manage to implement a digital mindset throughout the organization and scale digital initiatives are the ones that prosper. That is why our Expectation Barometer 2019 is all about Digital at Scale. Brian Troelsen, Business Development Director in NNIT presents the results.
You also have the possibility to benchmark your company on Digital at Scale against fellow participants and 10 selected CIOs. The Benchmark Map will show your position on leadership, customers, people & culture, organization & processes and technology - try now
Sign up for the webinar here
TEDx Human Being - Being Human
NNIT was the leading sponsor of the TEDx event: Human Being – Being Human in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen.
In NNIT we are passionate about humans and technology, and the potential to strengthen both business and society, and we strive to deliver results and continuously explore new ways to create value. This is why we are excited about TEDxFrederiksberg focusing on relations between technology, people, culture and how those interact with each other. Looking retrospectively and seeing how much the world has changed in just half a century, what will the world look like in the future for our kids?
Since the beginning, NNIT has been focusing on the customer, close cooperative relations and solutions that make a difference. Today IT affects all of society. New behavior and new technologies are continuously pushing the limit of what is thought "possible". We are convinced that IT, driven consciously and efficient, enables us to reach seemingly unreachable goals, and does not just change business practices but fundamentally change society for the better.
At the event various speakers - all with unique insight from different industries including everything between the business community and the world of research & development – presented ideas and thoughts regarding "humanity" in a digitalized world. The presentations are uploaded below.
Anne Lise Kjær. Futurist, entrepreneur and media commentator on BBC og CNN.
Anne-Marie Curry. Actress and meditation teacher.
Bettina Ezaki. Part of a danish string quartet known for improvisation.
Bo Hembæk Svensson. IT specialist within blockchain, crypto economy and digital transformation.
Jacob Knobel, founded and sold his first techcompany at the age of 28. 2016 winner of Forbes Under 30.
Karsten Klintø. Landscape architecht and board member.
Lars Tvede. Bestselling author and entrepreneur.
Nadia Plesner. Visual artist.
Pavia Lumholt. Plastic surgeon and medtech innovator.
Pia Lauritzen. Danish philosopher.
Søren Ziebe. Professor at Rigshospitalet
Tanja Rothenborg. Relationship theraphist.
At the event we had the opportunity to interview two of the speakers.
Jacob Knobel. Founded and sold his first techcompany at the age of 28. 2016 winner of Forbes Under 30
How is being human at work possible when your colleagues are made with artificial intelligence?
What will our society look like when artificial intelligence is everywhere? And what is the potential value?
Bo Hembæk Svensson, IT specialist within blockchain, crypto economy and digital transformation
We had the opportunity to ask speaker Bo Hembæk Svensson a few questions before his talk at TEDx
How does he see blockchain impacting our daily lives right now and what will the future bring?
What is TED Talks and TEDx?
TED is a nonprofit organization dedicated to "Ideas Worth Spreading". TED arranges two annual conferences and invites the world's leading "thinkers and acters" to speak for 18 minutes or less. These TED Talks have inspired millions of people around the globe – it is in the same spirit that TEDxFrederiksberg lives. TEDx is local, selforganized events, which gathers people around an idea worth spreading, in a TED-like experience.
Read more about the event here
NNIT AI Webinar: Scale Data Science with 2021.AI and NNIT
By attending this webinar we enable you to realize the full potential in data science, using sustainable capabilities, standardized processes, and tooling – or at least we enable you to start the journey.
Not just the AI-Powered Organizations are now challenged on how to deploy and take AI into production and at scale – even beginners in the AI Powered organization are challenged on how to get started.
Scale Data Science Offering, William Bullock, NNIT
2021.AI Grace Platform, Rasmus Hauch, 2021.AI
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Webinar: Get to Cloud safely with Amazon Web Services and NNIT Cloud
Get an overview of all the phases of the transition from on-premise to Cloud. In this webinar you will get an overview from the initial analysis, the implementation of the cloud solution and subsequent optimization using Cost Management.
There are significant benefits to be gained by moving parts of your infrastructure and workloads from on-premise to Cloud. And the odds of being able to reap the benefits of the investment quickly increase with proper planning, analysis, execution and follow-up.
Key takeaways from the webinar
A high-level introduction to Cloud journey adoption:
Why Cloud – benefits and business case
Assess what is to be migrated and how to do it with Cloud Assessment
Plan & Build – get safely from plan to implemented solution
How to ensure that the business understands and utilizes the benefits provided by Cloud
Better overview of costs with real-time reports and visualizing
Keep your eye on the horizon with Cloud Advisory and Infrastructure Assessment.
Welcome and introduction
AWS, Peer Jakobsen, AWS
NNIT Hybrid Cloud by Jesper Bagh, NNIT
NNIT Cybersecurity Summit 2019
A Tangible Approach to Cybersecurity
Getting your arms around the elephant – one bite at a time
The role of cybersecurity in organizations is rapidly increasing and becoming a concern and focus point for not only the IT-security department but also in other units - and rightfully so. While cybersecurity has for a long time been viewed as a nuisance, its role as a value add to the organization is getting increasing attention.
As the security challenges are increasing, organizations are still finding themselves in the difficult situation of getting their arms around the daunting security elephant. Therefore, in this seminar NNIT will present four tangible approaches to get inspiration from. The four presentations are each selected due to their fundamental role in common security setups.
- Get insight into the who, when and why of IAM – this is your license to operate
- The speed of application development puts security under pressure – how do you tackle the problem?
- If you do not have insight into what is hitting you – then you cannot react. Learn how to build a Detect and Respond strategy and how to implement it.
SIGN UP HERE:
|8.30-9.00||Breakfast and registration|||
|9.00-9.10||Welcome||Alice Leth Sørensen, Security Director, NNIT|
|9.10-9.40||Danish Council for Digital Security's work and insight into the government's initiatives||Anna Damholt, Sekretariatschef, Rådet for Digital Sikkerhed|
|9.40-10.25||Get Insight with Identity Governance and Administration||Kuno K. Larsen, IAM Subject Matter Expert, NNIT|
|10.25-11.00||Are Your Applications Ready to Go Live?||Thomas L. Erichsen, Principal IT Security Architect, NNIT|
|11.15-12.00||Successful Detect and Respond Strategies to Mitigate Security Risks||Ebbe B. Petersen, Managing Consultant – Cybersecurity, NNIT|
|12.00-12.30||Detect and Respond – On Prem and in Cloud||Christian Dinesen, Senior Security Architect & Ethical Hacker, NNIT|
|12.30-12.40||Wrap-up||Alice Leth Sørensen, Security Director, NNIT|
|12.40-13.30||Lunch and learn: Try out NNIT's VR Cybersecurity Training|||
Danish Council for Digital Security's work and insight into the government's initiatives
Anna Damholt, Sekretariatschef, Rådet for Digital Sikkerhed
Anna Damholt will give an overview of where cyber- and information security is included in the government's strategies. Anna will dive into the different competencies focused initiatives such as development of awareness material and education material in security for various types of public employees.
Get Insight with Identity Governance and Administration
Kuno K. Larsen, IAM Subject Matter Expert, NNIT
Identity and Access Management can help the organization by giving the employee access to the organization's systems in an effective manner, while being secure and compliant. Along with GDPR, it has become even more critical to get the organization's data in place.
But how does an IAM project start and is the business ready for the implementation? In the presentation NNIT will share experiences with implementation of IAM systems and the challenges that the project needs to be aware of.
Are Your Applications Ready to Go Live?
Thomas L. Erichsen, Principal IT Security Architect, NNIT
There is an increasing pressure on organizations to deliver digital solutions faster and on new platforms. But are your development teams on top of security and privacy in the solutions that are developed? Or are unaddressed risks hidden? What does the your gut tell you - are you applications ready to go into production?
This presentation goes through best-practice within application security and suggests how your organization can get started with a risk-based approach and prepare your applications for "ready to go live".
Successful Detect and Respond Strategies to Mitigate Security Risks
Ebbe B. Petersen, Managing Consultant – Cybersecurity, NNIT
Performing continuous incident detection and response increases the organization's ability to rapidly detect and respond to cybersecurity incidents in a timely manner to minimize business impact.
Ebbe will in this presentation give some general implementation guidance based on best practice and his many years of experience in detecting and tracking hackers/intruders. For targeted cyber intrusions of higher sophistication, he will explain how NNIT assists organizations with responding. This includes developing a strategic plan to contain and eradicate the intrusion and providing guidance to improve the organization's cybersecurity posture in preparation for adversaries attempting to regain access to the organization's computers.
Detect and Respond – On Prem and in Cloud
Christian Dinesen, Senior Security Architect & Ethical Hacker, NNIT
Detecting and Responding to the emerging threats on companies on prem or cloud assets has become even more important and complex. Companies are either getting hit with targeted attacks or as innocent bystanders in the ever increasing threats. Knowing what to act on and what to prioritize when responding has evolved the market the last years.
Christian will share an agnostics view on the different technologies to protect on prem (by some called legacy) and the different ways to utilize cloud technologies – this seen both from an asset protection perspective and a utilizations.
Date and time: Thursday, November 7, 8.30-13.30
Place: NNIT, Østmarken 3A, 2860 Søborg
Contact: Do you have any questions? Please contact Nicoline Liu Poulsen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference: SmartLab Exchange 2020 Berlin
This conference is designed for senior laboratory leaders in the R&D/R&D IT, Manufacturing and QA/QC space. Industry leaders in lab transformation come together for two days of interactivity, networking and solution-oriented laser focus on delivering 2020's innovative lab transformation strategies.
Challenges are faced by QA/QC professionals who are transforming their labs including lab automation, delivering consistent global quality in the digital lab and more.
NNIT are Bronze Sponsor, and our lab experts Stig Ragborg, Nadia Sara Adjal and Mikkel Mørck Madsen will attend the NNIT booth and present their latest publication "Lab of the Future" to our visitors.
Read more about the conference here
About NNIT Lab Services
NNIT has for the past 20 years provided end-to-end services for various life sciences clients servicing their global laboratory applications with advisory, implementation, validation, operation, hosting and support.
NNIT has worked with Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Chromatography Data Systems (CDS), Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS) and Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELN).
NNIT's laboratory IT consultants possess a deep compliance understanding combined with their functional and technical laboratory insight. Our laboratory IT experts deliver consultancy services and solutions within the pharmaceutical value chain covering R&D, drug development and manufacturing.
Webinar: Using Standardization and AI to Improve Data Quality in Life Sciences
Data quality is a key word in Life Sciences, especially due to the numerous regulatory requirements and business integrations in the industry.
Many companies are finding themselves dealing with reporting where poor data quality causes misinformation and countless hours spent on investigating data issues. When migrating from legacy systems to new solutions issues and concerns regarding data quality and data readiness often occur. On top of that, it is not uncommon to experience data issues when bridging the gap from documents to structured data.
In this webinar we will go through our standardization method when working on improving data quality and increasing information correctness and availability. The three phases that we will go through are; data profiling, data enhancement and data migration & interfacing. In NNIT we call this Intelligent Data Quality.
In our solution we leverage a standardized transformation engine and AI Document Mining that makes it possible to extract structured data from documents. The latter part will be presented through a case from the large Danish pharmaceutical company, LEO Pharma.
The importance of Data Quality
The three phases of Intelligent Data Quality
Data migration & interfacing
Case example: AI Document Mining at LEO Pharma
Peter Smedegaard Andersen, Advanced Advisory Consultant, Life Sciences, NNIT
Sille Lie Barrett, Consultant, Life Sciences, NNIT
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Webinar: Digital at Scale – A new era for the digital enterprise
Digital transformation is not just a matter of investing in new technologies. It is very much about the ability to create a new digital mindset that permeates the whole organization - and to scale your digital initiatives so they support every department. In NNIT's yearly Expectation Barometer, we focus each year on digital trends and take the pulse of the digital transformation in companies. Sign up to this webinar and get the results and obtain inspiration about what is needed from a strategic, technological and organizational perspective to scale your digital efforts.
Brian Troelsen, Business Development Director in NNIT will present the results at this webinar.
You also have the possibility to benchmark your company on Digital at Scale against fellow participants and 8 selected CIOs. The Benchmark Map will show your position on transformation, productivity, customer experiences and security & compliance - try now
How to maximize your Veeva Vault investment - a guide for small and medium-sized Life Sciences organizations
Implementation, migration, integration and continuous improvement… all essential components when moving towards digital transformation. But how do small and medium-sized businesses with limited resources achieve the same benefits from new technology and cloud solutions as large pharma companies?
With focus on a successful implementation many companies fail to realize the benefits of speed of innovation from multi-tenant cloud-based solution such as Veeva Vault. With three releases per year, smaller and mid-size organizations struggle with the necessary resources and experience needed to efficiently manage their R&D applications. For many, best case scenario means missing out on potential long-term process improvements after go-live, and in worst case, the risk of non-compliance.
Listen in for a best practice approach to running a successful application management program with NNIT Veeva Powerhouse. During the presentation, NNIT will present some of the challenges as experienced by smaller/midsize organization maintaining cloud-based applications, as well as provide an overview of how to best utilize your Veeva Vault applications for end-to-end business process optimization while ensuring continuous compliance through every new release.
Overview of benefits and challenges of managing Multi-tenant cloud-based R&D solutions
Setting up a successful application management program
Customer use cases
Franciska Darmer, Advisory Director, NNIT
Aldous Gorospe, Senior Business Consultant, NNIT
Katie Cox, Business Consultant, NNIT
Conference: Veeva R&D Europe Summit Online
NNIT is once again proud to be Platinum Sponsor at the Veeva R&D Europe Summit Online.
At the event, you will be able to join NNIT's webinar Driving Continuous Success After a Regulatory Transformation Project presented by Rune Bergendorff and Niels Buch Leander.
Our team of experts will be ready to share experiences and answer any questions you might have during the Q&A session available at the online summit.
Learn more about NNIT Veeva Powerhouse here.
Webinar: IDMP Revised - The EMA implementation guide is out, but what is your strategy?
In February 2020, we saw version 1 of the EMA Implementation Guide published – is this then time to get back in action after all the delays? What is the content of the implementation guide and what is the impact? How will companies that have been preparing since the very beginning adapt to the implementation guide? And how do companies that have not started get off to the right start? How do you connect IDMP with other regulatory initiatives and ongoing IT projects in your company?
These are some of the questions that NNIT's IDMP experts Rune Bergendorff, Niels Buch Leander, Stefan Peev and Brooke Casselberry will address including different IDMP strategies, RIM system preparations and datahub approaches, and answer your questions regarding your current strategy and project activities.
Join our interactive webinar to learn more about our tips and thoughts about revisiting IDMP and get the chance to ask questions and share your experiences.
Sign up for the webinar here
Rune Bergendorff, Associate Vice President, Life Sciences, NNIT
Niels Buch Leander, Global Head of Regulatory Affairs, NNIT
Stefan Peev, Senior Advisory Consultant, Life Sciences, NNIT
Brooke Casselberry, Director, Life Sciences, NNIT
Future of Regulatory Affairs
Where is Regulatory Affairs headed from a data and technology perspective?
On June 17th, NNIT is hosting an inspirational session to highlight the current trends and developments within IT in the Regulatory Affairs area.
Be enlightened on trends in the RA space, Artificial Intelligence, Medical Device Regulation and Future Regulatory Data Standards revisited.
You will also meet NNIT's RA experts and connect online with your RA peers.
The agenda for the event:
14.00 - 14.10
Introduction and Welcome
14.10 - 14.30
Trends in the RA Space
14.30 - 14.50
IDMP Revisited and EMA/FDA Updates
14.50 - 15.00
15.00 - 15.15
Introduction to the New Medical Device Regulation
15.15 - 15.25
RA Data Quality
15.35 - 15.45
RA Application Services
15.45 - 16.00
Discussions and Q&A
Because of the COVID-19 situation, the meeting is this time online only using the GoToWebinar application. Link will be send to signups after registering.
Going forward the Future of Regulatory Affairs events, hosted by NNIT, will be held on a half-year basis.
6th Data Integrity Roundtable
Best Practices and Knowledge Sharing on Expert Level
For the 6th time, we would like to gather experts in order to discuss important data integrity topics that affect the regulated pharmaceutical industry.
Even if this event is held online this time, we will stick to our proven concept and offer plenty of opportunities to engage lively discussions.
Our Data Integrity Roundtable is an informal meeting for industry professionals, where we discuss real-life scenarios, learn from case studies and share best-practices with peers.
This is the place where tomorrow's solutions will be shaped.
Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence
Data Integrity Maturity Assessments
Big Data for Manufacturing
Interested to participate?
We are approaching selected experts who are working with or are affected by data integrity concerns. This is not a training course. The event is on invitation only and cannot be transferred to another person. If you are interested to participate, please send an email to email@example.com.
Scale Up 360° Pharma MES Europe
Pharma MES Asia 2020
From Digitalization to Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence, the journey has just begun!
Pharma MES Asia 2020 will be back for the third time already. You can look forward to 2 days of networking & knowledge exchange with 150+ MES, automation, quality and validation experts from pharma and biotech.
Virtual Workshops are packed with information and real-world experience to define how MES can change your business.
NNIT are supporting this event with two premium MES experts Thomas Halfmann, Global Head of Production IT, holding a presentation and Ming Chua, General Manager NNIT Asia, leading through the two days as a chairman.
Listen in to our presentation on July 20, 1:30 PM (SGP time) / 7:30 AM (CET)
Accelerating MES Implementation Projects and Programs
Due to the high integration of MES with IT and OT systems and its impact on manufacturing processes and organization, implementing of MES is usually a complex, resource demanding project. This applies regardless if it is an implementation at an existing site or a brand new site. This presentation will provide an introduction to an innovative and comprehensive methodology, how MES systems can be implemented in less time and with less effort and risk.
Key aspects that will be discussed in this presentation are:
- How do we know that a manufacturing site is ready for MES?
- How much do we need to standardize?
- How to select the right MES solution
- How do we manage the organizational change?
Conference: How does Industry 4.0 change pharmaceutical manufacturing?
Transitioning to Pharma 4.0 offers new opportunities and challenges at the same time. This event provides the appropriate platform to discuss the best practices and experience of introducing, implementing and managing emerging technology capabilities. Main focus will be on analytics and data integrity, automation, the workforce of the future, technical and operational transformation, and end-to-end integration.
Thomas Halfmann, Global Head Production IT Life Sciences, will chair the first conference day and deliver the following presentation:
The Future of MES and IoT and Pharma 4.0
The concept of MES as a system to execute, monitor, track and report manufacturing operations in real time has been established in the pharmaceutical industry for more than 20 years. Today MES is a very critical component for most companies to embark onto the journey towards digitalization and Pharma 4.0. Although "MES for Pharma" was designed pre-IoT, it will remain as the core system to manage data and information for manufacturing of medicinal products and therefore is the key fundament for data integrity on the journey towards digitalization and Pharma 4.0. Key topics that will be discussed are:
MES as being fundamental for safely releasing products to the market (and the patients)
MES in cell & gene therapy manufacturing (needle-to-needle)
Integrated information architecture of manufacturing and supply chain to ensure the safe release and supply of medicine to the market and patient
Read more about the Pharma 4.0 Smart Manufacturing Summit.
About the conference
Infosecurity Denmark 2020 will entail more than 100 seminars and cases, 20 selected keynotes and 80 exhibitors. Two days full of knowledge and networking.
The program covers compliance, cybercrime, IoT, enterprise mobility as well as cloud security and will give a unique look into the newest IT security challenges on a high professional level. As a participant you will be updated on both the newest technical progess from top researchers, get insight into the current threats from some of the best advisors in the world and finally, you can discuss your user experiences with some of the best known danish security brands.
Presentation: Data is the new gold - but how do you protect it?
The amount of data is increasing, which means that companies generate, handle and store much more data than previously. With the growing amounts of data, the need for data protection increases as well. Esben Kaufmann, Head of Cybersecurity Consulting in NNIT will in this presentation present his take on how you can ensure that cybersecurity is a natural part of your data journey.
21st Annual IT and CSV Week
The CSV conference is this year being held in San Diego (CA) USA, and NNIT is once again exhibiting at the conference.
Due to the Corona crisis it was postponed to October and will now run back to back with 26th Annual Validation week, which will take place on October 28-30 in the same venue. This opens up the opportunity to attend both conferences.
Backed by two decades of industry insights, this forum is driven by the regulatory expectations of today and the technologies of tomorrow.
„Robust knowledge exchange addressing the complexities of system integration, computer validation and FDA readiness" is this year's overall topic of the conference, and will be focusing on
Cloud Computing & Data Integrity Validation
Quality Assurance / Quality by Design
Technology Trends revolutionizing CSV & Data Integrity
Join our Presentation - Day 2, Tuesday,October 27, 9:00-9:45
Ray McKinney, Director at NNIT USA, will present interesting facts and learnings from a recent client's project:
„Risk-based Compliance Models for Deploying SaaS Solutions — Lessons from the Front-Lines"
The move from on-premise hosting to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has become an avalanche in the pharmaceutical industry. However, industry practices have not always adapted at the same pace. Misunderstandings over who is responsible for what are commonplace. This presentation will examine GxP compliance challenges encountered by pharmaceutical firms in deploying and managing SaaS applications. We will look at the risks associated with these issues and present pragmatic approaches for addressing each.
Stop by our booth and have an talk with our NNIT experts.
Looking forward to seeing you!
Curious? Read more about the CSV conference here
CIO of the year 2020
NNIT is once again part of the CIO of the year award in collaboration with Computerworld, Dansk IT, and IDC. This is the 15th election of the CIO of the year.
The award highlights the amazing work being done in the organizations across the country to utilize the large business potential of IT and digitalization.
At the event Jens Maagøe, CTO in NNIT will speak.
The Jury, who elects the CIO of the year, consists of:
Stig Lundbech, CIO, Koncern IT Københavns Kommune (CIO representative)
Martin Lumbye, CEO and partner, North-East Venture (Top leader representative)
Martin Zachariasen, principal, ITU (Academic representative)
Line Ørskov, CEO, Quarterly Analytics and member of the board Dansk IT (Danish IT representative)
Lars Jacobsen, chief editor, Computerworld (Computerworld representative)
Charlotte Thygesen Poulsen, VP, IDC (IDC representative og chairman of the jury 2020)