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Next-generation cyber risk for energy firms: tackling the energy sector’s latest threats

The Panel

  • Chunxing Shen, Chief Information Officer, Enuit
  • Gary Vasey, Managing Partner, Commodity Technology Advisory
  • Partha Chatterjee, Data and Analytics, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Shell Energy
  • Damian Bunyan, Chief Information Officer, Uniper
  • Moderated by: Stella Farrington, Head of Content, Energy Risk

Digitalisation – already a key agenda item for energy firms – has become an even bigger priority as firms transition to low-carbon businesses. However, the benefits of digitalisation are accompanied by a huge rise in cyber risk.

Tackling this requires an appropriate cyber security framework that allocates clear responsibilities and provides a transparent audit trail. The risk profile of the energy sector is changing as digitalisation progresses, and this requires agile risk management and new approaches to cyber and IT risk.

Key topics discussed:

  • The latest cyber threats to energy businesses
  • The allocation of responsibility for cyber risk within energy firms
  • Specific threats to trading and risk
  • Best practices in building a cyber security framework.
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