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Jubilant Biosys Chose CDD Vault to Share Research Data with Customers

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Jubilant Biosys, in association with Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD), had revealed that it will use CDD Vault for the purpose of sharing research data with its customers. The decision to use CDD Vault as a discovery research informatics platform for the exchange of research data had been taken for the next 5 years. This will facilitate the use of CDD Vault as an information platform for transparent distribution of research data and information.

With the use of CDD Vault, it will become easier to manage biological data of chemical structures, compound properties, and reactions. According to Marcel Velterop, President of Drug Discovery Services & CDMO at Jubilant Biosys Limited, the use of CDD Vault across Jubilant research sites will be to keep both structured as well as unstructured experimental information centralized in order to share it with clients. In addition to this, it will become possible for scientists to explore the data in a real-time environment. Due to the CDD Vault, the decision-making process of discovery programs will become faster.

Jubilant Biosys, the Contract Research Organization in India is a prominent collaborator for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies on a global level. Dr. Mariana Vaschetto, General Manager, CDD global Business said that it is an excellent opportunity for their firm to help Jubilant in sharing their exceptional preclinical R&D services with the life science industry. Further, he revealed that the design of the CDD Vault is suitable for carrying out collaborative research in the inter as well as intra organizational environments in a secure and easy way.

From television to the internet platform, Jonathan switched his journey in digital media with Bigtime Daily. He served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for Bigtime Daily by writing about the tech domain.

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A Peek Into The Dark Side Of The Web

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Now that everything from buying groceries to booking hotels can be done online, it is important to consider the potential risks that arise from being so connected to the world wide web. Are we really as safe as we think we are? 

The internet as we know it has only been around for a few decades. As time passes and technology becomes indispensable to our daily activities, we are learning more and more about the online world. Like any other platform out there, there exists another face of the internet that most people are oblivious of — the dark web.

What is the ‘dark web’?

As intimidating as the name sounds, the dark web is still part of the internet, albeit inaccessible through our usual browsers. It functions on overlay networks that are out of reach of cyber authorities. It is the no-mans-land of the internet and a hub for a variety of illegal activities such as the sale of leaked personal information, account passwords, illegal arms and ammunition, and other heinous cybercrimes.

For us, the existence of the dark web and the anonymity of offenders operating through this medium can incite a plethora of questions surrounding our own online security.

Dark web monitoring services 

Becoming aware of the dark web can cause us to realise that our personal information is not safe and may be vulnerable to identity theft. We often find ourselves powerless in these situations, due to our shallow understanding of what the dark web is. Large corporations can then harness our apprehension of the dark web to extract profits. 

These companies demand huge sums of money as monthly premiums to keep your data safe from the dark web. As attractive as their packages may appear, very little information is shared by these companies about how they operate, leading to some serious misconceptions in regard to internet security and the dark web.

Common misconceptions surrounding the dark web 

1. Compromised personal information can be erased permanently from the dark web

Information such as credit card details and account login details cannot be erased once in the dark web domain. Due to the large number of hosts and servers on the dark web, it is practically impossible to locate the information and delete it entirely from the server. However, by knowing exactly what information has been compromised, steps can be taken to prevent further damage. 

2. Monitoring services can prevent your data from being sold on the dark web 

Software exist that can scan the dark web for the presence of information, and it is recommended that you make use of this. However, no technology can prevent information from being uploaded to the dark web. Internet security companies who promise this are unlikely to be able to deliver on their word.

3. Dark web monitoring services can make you invincible to all breaches 

While dark web monitoring services can help you identify a breach of data or alert you to compromised credentials, they cannot keep you safe from fraud. Taking precautions while using online banking services and keeping yourself updated to the developments in the online security sector is also recommended.

Vigilance is important

About 7 million records are compromised and sold on the dark web on a daily basis. At such a high volume, scammers are experts in devising new ways to breach your privacy and compromise your internet security. Companies such as Norton can provide Dark Web Monitoring services that can help alert you to security breaches, however nothing works as well as caution and vigilance. It is important that passwords are changed regularly, and credit card and bank statements monitored and scanned carefully for anomalies that can indicate any breach of information.

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