Our reliance on energy makes safeguarding the industry crucial for business and community leaders. If malicious actors are able to access the information stored on servers and databases at energy companies, they put more than the company at risk. As we’ve seen in the past year, more and more cyber attacks are launched by foreign government agencies, making cyber espionage a significant threat to companies responsible for our nation’s infrastructure.
From regulations to risk, energy companies need to focus resources on maintaining security, operational efficiency, and business continuity. Planning for the worst by managing risks and assessing security also improves business operations, aligning business goals with IT initiatives.
Since 2002, Securance has empowered energy and utilities enterprises to assume proactive security, compliance, and risk management strategies. Through independent assessments of our clients’ IT organizations, infrastructure, and internal controls, we identify the risks, vulnerabilities, compliance gaps, and operational inefficiencies hampering business and IT objectives and provide valuable insights that drive sustainable improvements in cybersecurity, risk management, and the alignment of business and IT.
Our engagements are led by executives with over 20 years of experience in IT security, risk management, and compliance. They are involved in the project from start to finish —from planning to reporting.
We focus on identifying technical risks within our clients’ IT environments before they turn into business risks, such as information security incidents, outages, or loss of reputation.