Midstream Oil and Gas Field Cybersecurity Preparedness Overconfident

Jones Walker LLP today publicly released the findings of its 2020 Midstream Oil and Gas Cybersecurity Survey, examining cybersecurity preparedness in North America-based independent midstream oil and gas companies. The findings will be presented during a webinar hosted by the Institute for Energy Law at the Center for American and International Law today at 12:30 p.m. CT. The results reflect the responses of 125 key executives, security and compliance officers, and general counsel, and confirm that cybersecurity remains a top concern for the midstream sector of the oil and gas industry — especially as companies grapple with the worldwide economic downturn, the reduction in commodity prices, and the increased dependence on remote work and autonomous systems due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

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