This is the second in a blog series dedicated to the energy and utility industries. Read the first blog in the series here.
It is increasingly common to hear about cyber threats to energy and utility industries. These are malicious acts by adversaries that target our data, intellectual property, or other digital assets.
All too often it seems as though energy and utility companies are put in a defensive position to battle it out with these cyber intruders. How can the industry switch to a more offensive position when it comes to understanding these threats? Threat intelligence is a way to make sure your cybersecurity teams can minimize the impact of a threat against your assets.
Let’s take a look at how threat intelligence can be an effective source of information for energy and utilities.
What is threat intelligence?
If you have an adversary threatening your system,…