The Oil Industry Needs Better Cybersecurity to Protect Itself From Attacks

The Oil Industry Needs Better Cybersecurity to Protect Itself From Attacks

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The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack was a wake-up call about the current shortcomings in industrial cybersecurity. Many of today’s oil companies use more connected technologies that aid in data gathering and overall improved operational oversight. However, as those entities become more dependent on the internet in their workflows, the opportunities…

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Emily Newton
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Emily Newton is the Editor-in-Chief of Revolutionized, an online magazine discussing the latest industry innovations and trends.

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