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Oil, Gas & Utilities

Abnormal Security stops targeted, social engineering attacks aimed at Oil, Gas and Utility organizations

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The Importance of Email Security for the Energy Sector

The Energy Sector is one of the most targeted environments in the world. As one of the critical infrastructure sectors, the energy sector uniquely faces the widest spectrum of attacks from attackers ranging from for-profit criminals all the way to well-funded nation-state actors. Email is the initial attack vector for nearly all attempts to compromise, making email security one of the most critical aspects of a security program.

Key Cybersecurity Challenges in the Energy Sector

  • Need to address a wide scope of attacks, from for-profit criminals to well-funded nation-state actors
  • Supply chain attacks from compromised vendors represent on of the greatest risks to the sector, highlighted by the introduction of NERC CIP-013-1
  • Account compromise protection is also needed for operational technology

How does Abnormal Security help?

Energy companies need an uncompromising email security solution capable of solving the entire scope of attacks, particularly the most dangerous, which are highly targeted and low volume.

  • Stops the full range of email attacks with a focus on the most dangerous: sophisticated, highly-targeted attacks.
  • Analyzes supply chain risks dynamically with VendorBase in support of NERC CIP-013-1
  • M-SOAR automates time-consuming security tasks to enable your team to work more efficiently

Why do energy companies choose Abnormal Security?

Abnormal is an API-based email security platform providing protection against the entire spectrum of targeted email attacks.

  • Protect your most vulnerable attack vector and stop attacks that bypass your Secure Email Gateway
  • Mitigate risks of account takeover by analyzing hundreds of signals to detect and remediate compromised email accounts
  • Seamlessly integrate into your security environment (SIEM, SOAR and more) with an open-API integration