July 2020

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Digital: Data security and privacy: The five questions energy company boards need to ask

Over the past 5 yr, the energy industry has been forced to navigate highly volatile conditions, including unstable economics, increased sustainability concerns and a shortage of experienced leaders to succeed those approaching retirement.

Falk, S., Winston & Strawn

Over the past 5 yr, the energy industry has been forced to navigate highly volatile conditions, including unstable economics, increased sustainability concerns and a shortage of experienced leaders to succeed those approaching retirement. With these issues dominating the agenda, energy company boards can be forgiven for regarding data security and privacy as secondary concerns. In those same 5 yr, however, dramatic changes have taken place in the energy industry’s data landscape. Energy companies now face a wider range of data-related threats and the potential for greater damage when those threats materialize. Separately, heightened public attention and regulatory scrutiny have been placed

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