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  • Oil and gas companies will spend more than $20 billion on cybersecurity by 2023, according to a survey conducted by the consulting firm BDO. 

  • Over 20,000 service stations in China went offline after a global ransomware attack hit China National Petroleum Corporations (CNPC) computer system mid-May, according to the South China Morning Post and reported in PetrolPlazaNews. The damage prevented customers from paying by credit card or onlin...

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  • Cybersecurity has emerged as the top focus of upstream oil and gas companies digital investments, according to a new report from Accenture, which surveyed 255 industry professionals, including C-suite executives, functional leaders and engineers, across the globe.When respondents were asked which d...

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  • Juan Crosby, Partner at CMS Cameron McKenna, explains how oil and gas companies can reduce their exposure to risk from cyber attacks.

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  • Digitalisation is core to acceleration of the energy transition, explains Sonia Van Ballaert, IBM Client Director and Member of the IBM Industry Academy.

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  • The European Union's (EU) cyber security agency ENISA has investigated the challenges for the protection of baseline smart grids in Europe in a new report that outlines a minimum set of security measures to assist smart grid providers in improving their cyber security and the resilience of their inf...

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  • Given the considerable time, effort and investment that the oil and gas industry puts into exploration and production, its now time to apply similar levels of effort and innovation to protecting frontline pipelines and hard won supplies, writes John Hunter, Head of Oil and Gas Security, Digital Bar...

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  • Facing risks to the security of their assets operations, oil and gas companies continue innovate in multi-application smart card technology. Ian Compton, Regional Director, NEMEA, discusses the benefits of the smart card solution.

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  • Nearly two-thirds of refiners plan to increase their investments in digital technologies over the next three to five years, although digital is not one of the top plant investment areas for refiners today, according to new research from Accenture. Based on a survey of more than 200 executives, funct...

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  • Interconnection between IT and OT systems poses a major challenge for oil and gas sector cybersecurity. Its not simply about the vulnerability of legacy systems, but also the need to establish strong test, security training and hard copy back-up plans, reports Brian Davis.

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