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ONG-ISAC urges industry to create cultures of security, sharing

The Oil and Natural Gas Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ONG-ISAC) is an oil and gas industry-specific organization created in 2014 to provide shared intelligence on cyber incidents, threats, vulnerabilities and associated responses. The group serves as a central point of coordination and communication to aid in the protection of oil and gas industry systems, including activity specific to industrial control systems and SCADA systems. Angela Haun, Executive Director of the ONG-ISAC, spoke with DC Managing Editor Linda Hsieh at the IADC Cybersecurity Workshop, held at BP’s Houston facility on 13 December. Watch the video to find out what ONG-ISAC does, what types of information its members share, and events held by the group that can be educative to members of our industry. Further, Ms Haun talks about why she thinks the industry should work on creating cultures of security and sharing in order improve our cybersecurity in the digital age.

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