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Ransomware in the Energy Sector: Lessons Learned

July 23, 2020 | Ask-An-Expert Writeups | Malware and Advanced Threats | By Ken Pyle, IANS Faculty

Advanced persistent threats (APTs) and highly proficient criminal networks tend to find oil and gas operations easy to target due to a host of issues. This report details three notorious attacks on the sector and the lessons learned from each.


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