Monitoring, Responding Quickly to Cyberattacks Still a Challenge

August 2017, Vol. 244, No. 8

Lacking enterprise-wide cyber analytics technology to monitor for cyberattacks, most oil and gas companies are not fully aware of when or even how cyberattacks might affect them, according to new research from Accenture. A majority (74%) of the 186 oil and gas company leaders surveyed in Accenture’s High Performance Security 2016 Report  said their organization is confident that cybersecurity measures will yield valuable results. Over 75% believe their top strategies can protect their companies’ reputations, information and prevent service disruption. However, this is at odds with 60% of energy leaders who said cybersecurity is a…

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