OpenNovations is an independent ICT consultancy firm with a specific focus on security / privacy related technical and compliance issues, working on the cross-over domain between “business” and ICT. Our primary area of business is in tightly regulated domains such as healthcare, medical and pharmaceutical organizations.
- ICT for healthcare and pharma targeting compliance and validation guidelines such as GxP, GAMP5, FDA Cfr 21 Part 11, NEN7510
- Security audits, testing and consultancy according to ISO 27001, NEN7510, NCSC, ENISA, OWASP and OSSTMM guidelines
- Risk management advice and support, including for GDPR/AVG
- Interim team leader/manager for both ITIL and ASL/BiSL organized functional management departments
- Expert in business process management systems including LIMS (Laboratory Information Management Systems), JIRA, Gitlab
- Open Source application selection, guidance and advice (including NodeJS, Python, PostgreSQL, Apache, Jboss, Tomcat, MySQL, PHP Symfony Framework)
- Infrastructure specialist: containers (Docker), virtualization, Active Directory, SQL dbs, LDAP, Linux (SUSE / RedHat)
- Advice and support with regard to information/document management, archiving and Open Standards
- Integration issues between front/back office systems (Business Intelligence, chain integration, identity management)
- Preparation and supervision of in- and outsourcing processes of ICT development and management
ICT should help to facilitate a business process, not force it to restructure your business.
OpenNovations provides a broad range of services including development, security assessments, training/consultancy and project management. Years of experience in working with government agencies as well as private enterprise, including the whole range from SME to internet startups.
Specialties: open source, open standaarden, software security / privacy, development coaching, identity management, computerized systems validation, ICT architecture, infrastructure management, data warehousing, e-archiving, business intelligence, information governance