You Do Leak Detection, but Do You have Breach Detection?

by Paul Rostick, Chief Information Security Officer, aeSolutions

Pipeline leaks are bad for everyone. They can have catastrophic effects on the environment, on communities and a company's bottom line. Given a bad enough leak, you could lose your license to operate, lose a fortune in revenue, and even face jail time. No one wants leaks.


Pipeline companies invest considerable effort preventing, detecting, and responding to leak incidents, but are they investing enough effort preventing, detecting to cybersecurity incidents? Since in principal, a cyber-incident could lead to a leak incident, companies should consider breach detection as part of their overall leak prevention program.

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