Maximum precision is required in laboratories. Modern data loggers and sensors already allow extremely reliable recording of all kinds of measured values. To ensure that there is no loss of accuracy during data transmission and subsequent analysis, more and more laboratories are relying on new interfaces that seamlessly network data loggers, LIMS and peripheral devices.
With digital transformation, more and more data is ending up in the cloud. This is also the case in the digital laboratory of the future. With the move to cloud-based services such as the iLES platform, work processes are becoming faster, access to the stored data easier and research results easier to evaluate. However, the use of digital technology also brings with it completely new problem areas. Data sets from everyday laboratory life are not only of interest to laboratory employees - but also to an army of cybercriminals. That's why we don't want to focus on the iVention modules and the iLES platform today - but on the cyber security factor.