Cybersecurity for Upstream Operations
Optimizing the design, function, and benefits of the logical cyber-representation of physical asset environments is an evolving trend for the oil and gas industry to gain operational efficiency.
Cyberattacks Pose Increasing Industry Threat
Cyberattacks are an increasing threat globally to businesses and organizations, very much including the oil and gas industry, with operating activity of all kinds exposed as well as information technology networks.
FBI Expert: Companies are Cyber-Threat Targets Whether They Think So or Not
A computer scientist with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation says that oil and gas companies must do more to protect themselves from cyberattacks.
Keeping up with Hackers: What CEOs Lose Sleep Over
A new survey shows oil and gas CEOs are most worried about cybersecurity and the speed of technological change.
Industrial-Sized Cyber Attacks Threaten the Upstream Sector
Cyber threats have expanded beyond data breaches and the theft of intellectual property. Drilling and production assets are at risk of being disrupted or destroyed due to vulnerable control systems.
As Attacks Rise, Prime Target Remains IT Networks
Second only to the power and utility sector, the oil and gas industry is experiencing a higher frequency of cyber attacks than any other industry. The vast majority of penetrations are in the information technology (IT) networks that run a company’s daily business.
Control-System Cybersecurity: Staying Ahead of Evolving Threats
The benefits of modern industrial control systems have never been greater. A baseline system security image, as a start, allows a vessel owner or operator to understand the security risks.
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