2022 State of Cybersecurity in the Energy SectorTop Challenges to Managing Secure Ecosystems in the Energy Value Chain
For years, critical infrastructure entities in general - and the energy sector in particular - have been at high risk of potentially devastating cyberattacks. This risk was realized in 2021 with the alleged nation-state attack of Colonial Pipeline - and the immediate economic effects. And it is heightened even more in 2022, with eastern European hostilities spilling over into cyber threats to allied countries who oppose the conflict.
How prepared is your organization - your sector's value chain - to defend against these attacks? How are you overcoming impediments to detection and response? Which new security controls will be prioritized for investment in 2023?
Take a few minutes now, please, to participate in the 2022 State of Cybersecurity in the Energy Sector. The goals of the survey are to:
- Identify the biggest threats and threat actors putting this sector at risk
- Understand the range of tools currently being used for detection, response and attack surface management
- Gauge the adoption of automated solutions including Security Orchestration, Automation and Response