Tag Archives: Data

Redgate Software Adopts Policy-Driven Approach to Data Protection with New Data Catalog Release

Cambridge UK, Thursday, 26 May – In a move to help businesses simplify their data management practices by automating policy decisions, the latest release of Redgate Software’s SQL Data Catalog now provides a simple, policy-driven approach to data protection. As well as automatically scanning columns within databases and using intelligent rules to make recommendations about… Read More »

Why Is the FDA Hiding the Pfizer Vaccine Data?

Despite the FDA’s claim that it is committed to transparency, especially for COVID-19 emergency use authorizations (EUAs),1 the agency first requested 55 years to release the data supporting the approval of Comirnaty after a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was filed,2 and then asked for an extra 20 years to fully comply.3 Pfizer has… Read More »

Blancco’s Data Erasure Solutions Empower DoD Contractor Compliance with CMMC 2.0 Media Protection Requirement

Auditable data erasure supports U.S. federal government cybersecurity goals and CMMC accreditation efforts AUSTIN, TEXAS – December 13, 2021 – Blancco Technology Group (LON: BLTG), the industry standard in data erasure and mobile lifecycle solutions, today announced that the company’s data sanitization offering provides compliance for the Level 1 Media Protection requirement that is part… Read More »

ADA 2021: Novo trumpets higher-dose Ozempic data as Lilly competitors loom

Novo Nordisk’s semaglutide franchise has taken off in a big way. Type 2 diabetes med Ozempic smashed the blockbuster barrier in 2019, the same year the company launched its oral option, Rybelsus. Now, the Danish diabetes major is touting data on a higher-dose prospect. In a late-stage trial, Ozempic 2 mg trumped its 1-mg predecessor on blood… Read More »

From the Wastewater Drain, Solid Pandemic Data

The Coronavirus Outbreak liveLatest Updates Maps and Cases Vaccine Rollout Second Dose Outdoor Mask Guidance Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story From the Wastewater Drain, Solid Pandemic Data The coronavirus could turn sewage surveillance into a mainstream public health practice. Marc Johnson, a virologist at the University of… Read More »