To close common security gaps in the oil and gas industry, IT leaders should educate employees, better manage remote devices and eschew standard products.
Government agencies and companies in the energy and utilities sector must replace legacy equipment to avoid a potentially devastating power grid breach.
Cyberattacks such as WannaCry, NotPetya and Industroyer wreaked havoc on organizations, but they provided lessons for security your OT network.
Security leaders in the health care, financial services, and energy and utilities sectors must pay special attention to industry-specific security risks.
Threat actors are targeting energy facilities in Europe and North America in a fresh wave of cybersecurity attacks that could disrupt operational systems.
According to IBM X-Force data, cybercriminals have been targeting industrial control systems in the energy and utilities sector at an increasing rate.
The IBM Security immune system consists of integrated, industry-focused solutions to help clients across all sectors maximize their security investments.
Energy management systems are prone to remote attacks because of a lack of focus on security, researchers from Columbia University found.
Researchers discovered unpatched vulnerabilities in radiation monitoring devices (RMDs) that attackers could leverage to breach nuclear power plants.
The U.S. energy infrastructure requires enhanced protection, and CISOs must educate their employees about security risks to those critical assets.