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Malware Threats to the Energy Sector
THE MALWARE THREAT AND ITS IMPACT ON GLOBAL ENERGY DELIVERY
SYSTEMS
Applied Research Methods
Student Name: Muhammad Abdullah
ID: 10548559
Dublin Business School
Professor
Dr. Amir Esmaeily


Malware Threats to the Energy Sector
The Malware Threat and Its Impact on Global Energy Delivery Systems
Abstract

The advent of the digital age has brought rapid changes in key organizational management areas such as business network integration and supply chain management. Indeed, a core concern for most business executives today remains securing critical data. Among the sectors of the global economy that faces unprecedented cybersecurity challenges is energy.
That is because energy delivery systems comprise both IT infrastructures and physical systems.
Thus, tackling cybercrimes and threats in this industry remains an issue of grave concern, given the importance of energy to national and regional security interests. Although the threats in the energy sector cannot be eliminated, they can be mitigated. However, if the mitigation process is not handled properly, the result could be a downfall in the company's overall financial performance. On this basis, the paper aims to highlight various malware attacks witnessed in the global energy sector and their economic consequences. It will employ qualitative interviews to collect data from critical stakeholders to achieve this objective. The study's results will demonstrate that malware attacks in the global energy sector have evolved in recent years; hence more should be done to secure critical infrastructures.


Malware Threats to the Energy Sector
Table of Contents
Abstract ...................................................................................................................................... 2
Background ................................................................................................................................ 4
Problem Statement ..................................................................................................................... 6
Aims and Objectives of the Study ............................................................................................. 6
Research Questions .................................................................................................................... 7
Theoretical Framework .............................................................................................................. 7
Literature Review ....................................................................................................................... 8
Materials and Methods ............................................................................................................... 8
Technical Discription ............................................................................................................... 10
Work Plan ................................................................................................................................ 12
References ................................................................................................................................ 13


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