Oil, gas operators could be vulnerable to hackers

In the vast network of data, drilling and pipes that’s made Marcellus shale an international energy reserve, computer attacks pose a serious threat.

Hackers target energy companies all the time because of the information and technology involved, but the public rarely hears about it, said Paul Kurtz, CEO of TruSTAR Technology, a Washington startup that allows companies to share anonymous information about hacks.

Read more about why oil and gas operators could be vulnerable to hacking on The Sentinel.

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