Clinical Trial Information Security
CSO50 award winner
PPD was named a CSO50 award winner for information security initiatives demonstrating outstanding business value and thought leadership.
Adhering to all applicable standards
- FDA and EMA regulations
- GDPR data privacy requirements
- 21 CFR part 11 compliance
- US government security standards
- ISO 27001
- Executive level involvement of information security through an oversight committee
- Focus on continuous employee education and training, as well as third-party and internal risk management
- Committed to using the best available technology to monitor for threats
- Risk assessments and risk management on vendors and for cloud hosted and on-premise systems
- Ongoing internal and external control testing to assess information security controls
- Meet stringent US government security standards and perform regular security evaluations against those standards
The company maintains a comprehensive information security policy that seeks to apply technical and organizational security measures that protect personal information, particularly sensitive clinical data, against unauthorized access or loss. Consistent with regulatory requirements, particularly under U.S. state law and the Regulation, PPD also maintains a detailed Security Breach Policy, which establishes a procedural response to dealing with any breach of personal information, including making any necessary notifications to individuals or governmental authorities.
During times of challenge and beyond
PPD has always invested in innovative solutions to support your changing business needs, and our approach remains the same during the unprecedented changes brought by COVID-19. Your business continuity, privacy and data integrity are our top priority.
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PPD ensures the highest level of security for your information, data and systems,