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Cyber Danger Grows for Canadian Oil & Gas Sector

Cyber Danger Grows for Canadian Oil & Gas Sector

Canadian oil and gas companies are growing increasingly aware of the mounting threats posed to their business from cyber-attacks, both to their business sensitive information, and perhaps of greater concern, to their operating control infrastructure. As technology has evolved over the past decade the oil and gas industry has seen a heightened risk around the security of their IP enabled equipment. You only have to glance at the strategy documents emanating from boardrooms to recognize that network security is one of their key concerns as a business...
The Rule of Four: Cyber Defense Strategies

The Rule of Four: Cyber Defense Strategies

“Public Safety Canada” has put together strategies that can help; Stop targeted cyber intrusions, recognizing an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), prevent the risk of APTs, and have an approach to mitigate risk and threats. These and more with information on speakers that will be at the 2016 Cyber Security for Oil & Gas Canada event.
Oil & Gas Cyber Security 2014: Threats & Countermeasures

Oil & Gas Cyber Security 2014: Threats & Countermeasures

Cyber attacks have become the scourge of the Information Age. In a recent report by think tank and publisher, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the global energy sector was cited as the most vulnerable global industry to cyber incursion. With this in mind, we surveyed our database of IT and cyber security professionals to see what they thought about threats to the hydrocarbon industry.

2014 Cyberthreat Defense Report: North America & Europe

2014 Cyberthreat Defense Report: North America & Europe

Based on a rigorous survey of IT security decision makers and practitioners across North America and Europe, the Cyberthreat Defense Report examines the current and planned deployment of technological countermeasures against the backdrop of numerous perception.

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