- Apr 22, 2022 1:22 pm GMT
This item is part of the Cybersecurity - April 2022 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more
Letter from the Community Leader:
The utility sector continues on its march towards modernization and digitalization. This evolution is largely a sign of progress, providing utilities with opportunities to unlock and utilize new tools to achieve the goals of clean, reliable, and affordable energy. However, the more interconnected utilities are, the higher the chance for new potential vulnerabilities. Specifically, cybersecurity concerns are more present for utility leaders than ever before, and the urgency to protect digital assets from outside risks will only grow.
Given this new reality in the utility sector, Energy Central has dedicated its April Special Issue to the world of cybersecurity, specifically on the "Trends & Priorities in Utility Cybersecurity."
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