September 2016, Vol. 243, No. 9

Features

Pipeline Cybersecurity Issues from Marcellus and Beyond

The Marcellus Shale has had a tremendous effect on several states in the Northeast, including Pennsylvania. The exploration, production, and transportation of billions of cubic feet of natural gas has brought many jobs and an influx of people and cultures previously unseen to north-central Pennsylvania. In order to maintain the high level of safety demanded by the public, the energy industry relies on the use of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, most notably on the pipelines. These pipelines comprise thousands of miles of transportation infrastructure, moving natural gas throughout the United States and even to ocean-going vessels for shipment overseas. Natural gas

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