March 2016, Vol. 243, No. 3

Features

New Security Solutions Meet Cybersecurity Challenges

While the oil and gas industry has suffered fewer major cybersecurity breaches than other industries to date, many minor incidents have occurred and it’s only a matter of time before a major oil and gas company will appear in the headlines along with companies such as Target. Global consultancy DNV GL released a survey of 1,100 business executives on Nov. 30, which lists the top 10 cybersecurity vulnerabilities.  These include: Lack of cybersecurity awareness and training among employees Remote work on pipelines and infrastructure during operations and maintenance Using standard IT products with known vulnerabilities in the production environment A limited cybersecurity culture among

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