Energy companies power some of the world’s most critical operating infrastructures. Security vulnerabilities, quite simply, can be a matter of life and death. Powering electricity, renewable energy, nuclear energy, the energy industry generated more than $200 billion in revenues in 2019 – making it, according to Deloitte, one of the most attractive targets of cybercriminals. Threats to the energy sector feel like the makings of the next Hollywood blockbuster movie: theft of intellectual property by competing nations to sabotage critical infrastructure, attacks by cybercriminals that force businesses to shutdown critical supplies, and hacktivists with differing environmental beliefs attacking core operating systems. But there’s no director or leading men and ladies – these are real threats that companies in the energy sector face.

Trusted by leaders like GE and ConocoPhillips, DataLocker provides fully encrypted storage for:

  • Mobilized forces
  • Keyboard-less consumption and load meters
  • Remote data collection
  • System backups and update
  • Field operations

Benefits of DataLocker in the Energy Sector

  • Protect Data Anywhere, Anytime. DataLocker simplifies encryption, making it easy for users to protect, monitor and control proprietary data and reducing human error, the leading cause of data theft and breaches.
  • Security for everyone. DataLocker puts encryption and security into the hands of everyone, empowering non-technical employees to protect their external assets and security teams to easily monitor and control external content.
  • Securing the perimeter. DataLocker solutions protect external devices using military-grade encryption and securing your organization against even the most sinister threats.
  • Returns control to the business. Control external devices remotely. Manage permissions, track, lock down, and remove access to external content all with a keystroke.
  • Compliant with strict industry regulations. DataLocker is compliant with some of the strictest governmental regulations such as HIPAA, SOX, DHS Initiatives, NRC, GLB and any other directive that requires data encryption.