Modern societies depend on a set of critical infrastructures, and none is more critical than energy supply, which keeps all other elements running. Because cyberattacks have become more prevalent due to digitalization, cybersecurity training is becoming an essential part of securing and protecting assets. At a recent cyberdefense exercise in Estonia, governments and industry partners, including Siemens, collaborated with the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) to train against cyberattacks.
Banking, the internet, water supply, and other essential services cannot operate without power. This interface between the physical world and the virtual digital space creates tremendous new possibilities and generates huge amounts of data that can be used to optimize services or gain a better understanding of usage patterns.