BP’s CISO: Gov’t Agencies “Still Polishing Intel” as Adversaries Move


BP’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has warned that while collaboration between critical national infrastructure (CNI) providers and government agencies has improved markedly, intelligence sharing is often too slow and relationships with US agencies “difficult to navigate”.

Speaking at the SINET security event at the British Museum on Thursday, BP’s  CISO Simon Hodgkinson – who said the company has to deal with a colossal 109,000 suppliers – also warned that the company plans to put greater “market pressure” on its supply chain, amid concerns about the “rudimental” security of industrial control systems and other operational technology (OT).


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