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Japanese pharma giant Eisai today confirmed to The Register that "there is no imminent risk of stock shortage" after it was hit by ransomware at the weekend. Eisai's European comms person told us it has a global stocking policy that means it always has more than three months of supply at any given time. Its Japanese parent …

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    1. Clausewitz4.0 Bronze badge
      Black Helicopters

      Re: Lets blame open source /s

      Maybe yes, most likely not.

      Eisai uses:

      - Atlassian/Confluence

      - Cisco Ironport cloud for email protection/filtering

      - Docusign

      - They have a merchant API with Apple - Apple Pay?

      - Amazon for hosting

      - SAP

      - Veeva Systems cloud software for science stuff research

      - Outlook for email

      - CRM Sales Force

      So, almost all paid / proprietary.

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