Aug 30, 2012 ... As contracts and technology grow in value, hackers are becoming more ... SB:
Are oil and gas companies well prepared for cyber threats?
Apr 24, 2014 ... The public is quite aware that a new generation of malware is causing havoc with
U.S. businesses as hackers seek to steal private financial ...
Nov 27, 2015 ... Energy› · Mining · Oil & Gas · Utilities ... The hotel industry is the next big target for
cyber criminals, experts have warned, ... leisure industry by companies including
InterContinental Hotels, Travelodge, Hyatt, Wyndham, and Accor. ... try to find a
way to break in to steal valuable payment...
Jun 8, 2015 ... Increasingly, cyber criminals target oil and gas companies to lift ... firms and
exfiltrate trade secrets, M&A data and other valuable information.".
Sep 12, 2013 ... Cyber crime in the oil and gas industry is back in the news again. ... value chain,
was quoted as pointing out that investments in cyber defence in ... and able to
ensure business continuity and reduce the impact of downtime.
Today, the energy, oil, and gas industries are squarely in the crosshairs of
hacktivists and cyber-criminals who attempt to access and destroy valuable data
Nov 22, 2015 ... Cyber crime is a growing global business. Yet many ask .... According to the
Global Oil and Gas. Pipeline ... intellectual property, and valuable.
Jul 7, 2015 ... As reports of cyber-attacks increase in frequency, the oil and gas ... been
comparatively-quiet coverage of cyber attacks at energy firms. ... on the Cost of
Cyber Crime, conducted by the Ponemon Institute, ... by the finance sector (
$12.97 million); dwarfing much covered - media, retail and health care sectors.
May 15, 2015 ... Oil and gas industry targeted by hackers with a genuine looking ... able price right
from Bonny (a Nigerian town) , which is known for the oil ...
Mar 11, 2013 ... CHINESE hackers may get all the notoriety, but their cyber-security exploits ...
havoc on America's critical infrastructure—especially, its oil and gas pipelines, ...
The Chinese have far too much at stake to risk such provocation.