Cybersecurity threats to the United States' energy industry and infrastructure are rising and require increased preparedness by the U.S. Army and Department of Defense, according to Chris Bronk, fellow in information technology policy. Read the full paper here.
"We should be concerned with cybersecurity in energy because, as with other areas of the global economy, computing has been widely adopted in the energy industry," Bronk said. "The Department of Defense is incredibly reliant on private sources of energy, and the level of preparedness for cyberattack among those sources likely varies greatly."
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