[EBOOK] 7 Essential Cyber Security Rules For Oil & Gas

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Devastating cyber threats are making headline news on an almost daily basis, causing companies across all sectors to reassess how secure their data and operations really are.

This threat is being especially felt by the oil, gas and petrochemical sector for a combination of reasons, including its critical reliance upon industrial automation and control systems such as SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) or DCS (Distributed Control System) which are used to monitor and control physical processes.

Inaddition to standard cybersecurity concerns such as information leaks, system downtime or hardware failure, the oil and gas industry has to deal with the additional risk of actual physical damage, or even the loss of life resulting from a devastating cyber-attack. This increased threat and risk demands immediate attention by industry stakeholders at every level of the business.

In this ebook find out the 7 Most Important Rules for Oil and Gas Cybersecurity Experts



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