Mind the utilities cybersecurity gap

Move from pieced together to peace of mind

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Authors: Steven Dougherty

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, Energy, Environment and Utilities Business Development Executive, IBM Security,
Lisa-Giane Fisher

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, Benchmarking Leader, Middle East and Africa, IBM Institute for Business Value,
Cristene Gonzalez-Wertz

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, Electronics Leader, IBM Institute for Business Value,
Mark Holt

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, Security Business Development Leader, IBM Global Energy, Environment and Utilities

Protecting critical national infrastructure: While Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies enable operational improvements for utilities, they also bring increased cybersecurity risks. Fundamental IIoT cyber hygiene, augmented with automation and artificial intelligence (AI), is critical.


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