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Four Ways for Energy Enterprises to Ensure Ransomware Resilience

Four Ways for Energy Enterprises to Ensure Ransomware Resilience

Published by: Research Desk Released: Apr 29, 2022

The global energy industry is facing unprecedented changes, as well as concurrent dramatic shifts in technology and marked evolution in regulation requirements. But with these comes an increasing threat of ransomware attacks —and no one is safe. Attacks have increased 185% year-to-date, with bad actors innovating new ways to penetrate infrastructure and grind operations to a juddering halt. But regulatory inconsistencies can create a less strategic approach via tactical assessments. To comply with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and other critical infrastructural standards, security functions are having to deal with tactical or less informed site or regional security assessments. The clock is ticking.

Veritas recommends prioritizing backup and recovery as a reliable part of a comprehensive resilience framework to protect, detect, and recover components of your cybersecurity strategy. In this quick and easy tip sheet, we explore four ways to guarantee enhanced resilience against ransomware.