Energy firms assess costs of cyber attacks

Analytics are considered key to cyber risk management

Taps leaking data

Cyber attacks on the energy industry are growing in number and sophistication each year, making it imperative that energy firms develop and maintain a sophisticated cyber risk management programme. However, achieving this is extremely challenging, say chief risk officers (CROs) and cyber security experts.

It is widely agreed firms should take a holistic approach to cyber risk management in order to avoid a sub-optimal patchwork of controls springing up. But communicating at an enterprise level

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