German power grid operators steel themselves for cyber attacks

Energy company innogy’s first training centre allows firms to learn how to identify threats as well as initiate suitable protective and defensive measures

Climate risk stress test for UK insurance sector

It is the first time the bi-annual tests have been extended to explore climate change and applies to the largest life and general insurers

US-Israel initiative offers $16m for energy projects

They will support projects covering areas such as exploration, production and utilisation of natural gas, energy storage and cybersecurity

Cybersecurity ‘must be fit for purpose to protect energy sector’

That’s the verdict from Gemserv CEO Alex Goody, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose in the latest edition of Talking Energy

Cyber security specialist joins NIO Formula E racing team on the grid

Acronis will provide cyber protection, backup, disaster recovery and file sharing solutions

US awards $28m to prevent cyber-attacks on energy infrastructure

It will support the research, development and demonstration of next generation tools and technologies

Gemserv buys consultancies in digital transformation and cybersecurity

The buyout of ASE Consulting and Aprose Risk will help the company strengthen and broaden its services to new markets

UK to help cybersecurity firms export technology

Global cybersecurity spend in energy and critical national infrastructure in 2016 was £0.77 billion

‘All energy suppliers vulnerable to cyber attacks’

Power utilities are poorly equipped to deal with increasingly frequent and unpredictable cybersecurity threats. That’s according to a survey of 1,200 global utilities conducted by consultancy EY, in which all organisations responding said their defences against hackers did not match up to their needs. It also found 58% of these companies in the energy sector […]

UK firms with poor cybersecurity measures could face £17m fine

Organisations that fail to implement “effective” cybersecurity measures could be fined as much as £17 million or 4% of global turnover. The warning from the UK Government comes as it aims to ensure essential services like energy, water, transport, health and digital infrastructure firms are prepared to deal with the increasing number of cyber threats. […]