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Energy Analyst, Chester Energy and Policy

Official Energy Central Community Manager of Generation and Energy Management Networks. Matt is an energy analyst in Orlando FL (by way of Washington DC) working as an independent energy...

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I thought this article, highlighting insights from Brian Romansky-- CIO of Owl Cyber Defense and active member of Energy Central-- was really interesting. The need to secure environments in the energy sector is of even higher importance but also greater challenge compared with other business sectors, so Brian discusses the 'soft' types of challenges. That is, these are challenges that aren't in developing the technology, but rather in having the right people in charge who understand the situation, can discern between potential solutions, and make the right choices. 

For anyone looking to upskill themselves on cybersecurity needs, hire teams of cyber experts, or just generally keep up with the trends, this article will be a rather useful resource. 


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