Cybersecurity

A robust cybersecurity culture is critical to the energy industry's resilience. Here's why

Organizations must plan for and protect against the growing threat of cybercrime. Image: Freepik.

Øyvind Eriksen

President and Chief Executive Officer, Aker

John Markus Lervik

Chief Executive Officer, Cognite

Karl Johnny Hersvik

Chief Executive Officer, Aker BP

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Cyber Resilience in the Oil and Gas Industry: Playbook for Boards and Corporate Officers White Paper, World Economic Forum, 2021.

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