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Eight companies sign up to G7 energy cybersecurity pledge

Eight companies sign up to G7 energy cybersecurity pledge
The principles — developed by DOE’s Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response with input from the private sector — comprise 10

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The White House has released a list of companies that have committed to increasing the cybersecurity of products made for energy facilities. This move is in response to recent attacks on energy infrastructure in Ukraine by Russian hackers and aims to strengthen the security of energy companies globally. The companies involved include GE Vernova, Schneider Electric, Hitachi Energy, Honeywell, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Rockwell Automation, and Siemens Energy. This pledge was part of the G7 meeting in Italy last week, with member states vowing to explore ways to encourage private sector companies to enhance the cybersecurity of energy sector products.

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