"Managing attacks isn’t just a matter of protecting
reputation, share price and operations, but it’s part of a
greater responsibility for national services and security."
average annual cost of a cyber attack per energy companyAccenture and Ponemon Institute
"The Ninth Annual Cost of
Cybercrime Study" (2019).
43% of significant O&G cyber breaches
are from a lack of end user awareness, exploited via phishingErnst & Young, “20th Global Information
Security Survey” (2019).
For Oil & Gas, protecting operations, public safety, and intellectual property is paramount. Collective Defense uplevels security by closing gaps in cyber talent to maximize your existing security investments.
* "Cybersecurity Is Now the Top Focus of Upstream Oil and Gas Companies’ Digital Investments,"
Accenture. Feb. 13, 2020
“Reliable, timely and relevant information sharing is a very important aspect of comprehensive critical infrastructure protection. Much of the most valuable data comes from our members themselves, including IronNet, who shares detailed insight into threats, vulnerabilities and attacks on ONG industry organizations. IronNet is a respected resource for our members to identify and mitigate persistent cyber threats through a collective defense.”
Angela Haun, Executive Director of the Oil and Natural Gas Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ONG-ISAC)
With Collective Defense you gain
Greater visibility of
unknown network threatsfor faster response
The ability to pool and
scale cyber resourcesto defend better with
Real-time access to peer analysis of threatsto reduce hacker dwell
time in your IT network
Advanced tools to uncover sophisticated hackersusing non-malware
and other attacks
Improved network security
for IT/OT convergencefor peace of mind
Integration with other
security tools (SIEM, SOAR, endpoint tools)to cut down on alert fatigue
and de-duplication of events
around the corner
With the IronDome Detection Correlation Dashboard, it is
possible to see multiple sectors within the broader threat
landscape. Bad actors do not stick to a single industry, so
there’s value in looking across sectors to mitigate early
threats to reduce their impact.
See more threats. Faster.
We need a new, more advanced weapon to detect unknown threats: network behavior-based AI models that detect sophisticated adversaries and shorten response time.
Is artificial intelligence worth the investment?
This white paper explores whether AI is an effective way to gain economies of scale for faster, more efficient threat detection and response.
General (Ret.) Keith Alexander,
Co-CEO of IronNet and former Commander U.S. Cyber Command
IRONNET ENGAGE WEBINAR SERIESA call to action for Collective Defense
Insights on bold, new ideas for securing cyberspace, including planning for the continuity of the economy and strengthening key entities with direct government support.