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Published: 20 Oct 2012

In the four years since it was founded, the Jericho Forum has promoted a new approach to information security, one that takes into account that traditional hard boundaries between the company and the rest of the world are fast dissolving. Adrian Seccombe, CISO and senior enterprise information architect at pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and a Jericho cofounder, explains how Jericho principles are put into practice inside Eli Lilly. Adrian Seccombe What has been the catalyst for change in your business? At the start of 2008, our CEO announced a new strategy that would make it a more distributed operation, working with partners in all areas of the business. He said it would take Eli Lilly from being a FIPCO (fully integrated pharmaceutical company) to a FIPNET (fully integrated pharmaceutical network). Becoming a FIPNET means we are going to leverage external competencies and network externally, and collaboration will be the primary driver of our organization. How do you keep risks under control when sharing information with outside organizations? We are ... Access >>>

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