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Oilers ignoring cyber threat

AS THE world continues to reel from the Paris terror attacks, DNV GL has laid bare the full horror of what will happen if saboteur and terrorist organisations manage to control the now largely digitised vital production equipment: environmental destruction and the loss of human life. Worse, oilers are actually the most vulnerable.

Oilers ignoring cyber threat

In a study it submitted to the Lysne Committee - which the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security appointed to assess the country's digital vulnerabilities - DNVL GL said the consequences of...

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