How much should your life science startup worry about being hacked? Should you carry insurance? How much of your resources should you devote to cybersecurity? An upcoming workshop at the Princeton Innovation Center Biolabs is intended to help leaders of startups find the answers to these thorny questions.

BioNJ’s Cybersecurity Awareness breakfast briefing will be held Thursday, December 12, from 8 to 11:30 a.m. at the Princeton Innovation Center Biolabs at 303A College Road East in Plainsboro. Industry and FBI experts will review trends, risk analysis, and tactical precautions to protect companies from data breaches. Tickets are $85, $60 for BioNJ members. For more information visit bionj.org.

The panels include special agents from the FBI, Greg Berskin, CIO of Caladrius Biosciences, and Justin Corrado of Marsh. A second panel features Tony Consoli of CBIZ Insurance Services, Mark Pellegrino of Insmed, Larry Samilow of Verve Group Consulting, and Rich Sowalsky of Risk Internal Audit & Cybersecurity.

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