Pharma Company Case Study

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Overview of goals and objectives: According to Iowa state university, Information assurance is the method of maintaining and managing the risks regarding some information. Information assurance professionals try to protect the information and information systems by assuring authentication, confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. At whatever the phase the information is like storage, transition or processing, ensuring the protection of the information is the key. We can also say that assuring the authorized users to have access to the authorized information at the right time. If any violation happened, all the critical information will go into the wrong hands. Information assurance has the highest importance these days. …show more content…
All the people irrespective of the employees should follow the procedure in entry and exit. The other third most important to follow in a pharma company is the safety. Due to the drugs which are highly dangerous. Contamination and improper labelling leads to dangerous health issues. As the above three has the utmost importance, Still, these are facing lot of troubles. Improper documentation is leading the employees in a wrong method of making the things. Due to the poor entry and exit procedure the drugs on the shop floor are failing and also not meeting the standards of Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Finally, due to the unsafe actions many of the employees are getting injured and hurting themselves.All these can be achieved with a good plan of action. The only barrier to implement an information assurance plan is to get it approved by the Quality Assurance (QA) …show more content…
Usually any kind of organizations, they maintain two databases. Production and non production databases. The database administrator is the one who is responsible to maintain the data. Regular backups should be taken to the data and he should make sure the data is safe enough. If there is any loss of information, he must able to recover the data at any cost. The other most important person who has dealt with all the organizational data is the QA head. He is the one who looks over all the required documents of the organization. The QA department will issue the Standard Operating Procedures for all the process to be done within the organization. The QA head has to be very watchful during the approval of the documents to avoid unnecessary

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