3 Fundamental Principles That Bolster Utility Cyber Resilience
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Last May, the public learned how vulnerable America’s energy infrastructure is to cybercriminals. Hackers launched a successful ransomware attack that shut down a 5,500-mile pipeline that carries nearly half of the East Coast’s fuel supply. None of this was news to utilities, policymakers, and regulators.
Those in the energy industry feel more exposed to cyberthreats than their colleagues in retail, financial services and other industries. With this realization, regulators are increasingly taking steps to ensure the energy sector can secure its most critical assets against cyberattacks. In this playbook from Network Perception, we take a closer look at:
- Why cyberthreats multiply quickly
- 3 principles to improve utility cyber resiliency
- Why Austin Energy’s cyber resilience is one of the best in the industry