The life sciences industry continues to be a target of cybersecurity crime and is subject to other related risks as well. Cyber criminals bank on being able to access and compromise Patient and research data through the IT systems of 3rd-party vendors on which life sciences companies frequently rely.

Fortunately, all companies even those with limited cybersecurity personnel and resources can mitigate these risks through low-cost and easy-to-implement vendor management strategies, cybersecurity risk assessments and cybersecurity employee awareness training.

Join us on October 27 at Princeton BioLabs for a BioNJ IT/Cybersecurity Awareness Breakfast Briefing to learn from experts about practical ways to better protect both your Patient and research data from cybersecurity crime and other cybersecurity risks. Experts will discuss the risks, needs and critical considerations essential to all life sciences-related businesses  both large and small.

We encourage colleagues from pre-revenue, early revenue and all sized organizations to attend. Registration is $85 for BioNJ Members and $125 for Future Members. If you would like to learn about Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Cheri Hennessy at
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*All registrants must be up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccinations as defined by the CDC in order to attend BioNJ’s IT/Cybersecurity Briefing. If the community level of COVID-19 remains low or medium, masks will not be required to be worn, but anyone is welcome to wear a mask based on personal preference. However, if transmission is at a high level, everyone will be required to wear a mask except when eating or drinking. BioNJ will update these protocols, as appropriate, subject to any new CDC guidance or requirements by the venue, in compliance with local/state/federal guidance and we will announce any policy changes in advance of event.