In 1997, the ad hoc Presidential Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection issued an ominous warning that “the capability to do harm” by “cyberattack” to America’s critical infrastructures “is growing at an alarming rate, and we have little defense against it.” Jones Walker partner Andrew R. Lee argues in this guest article that since then, we have accepted the reality that the threat of critical infrastructure terror attacks is now pervasive, and has also grown increasingly complex and diffuse. He dissects the cybersecurity landscape in the energy industry, explains the effects of regulations and industry initiatives, and shares insights on what is coming from the Trump Administration. See “WilmerHale Attorneys Explain the Evolving Cybersecurity Environment of the Energy Sector” (Nov. 16, 2016).
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Measuring the effectiveness of a compliance program can be tricky, but some companies are finding ways to use their existing internal controls to generate useful data. Join our sister publication the Anti-Corruption Report (ACR) for a complimentary webinar that explores Hewlett Packard Enterprises’ new travel-and-entertainment-approval tool. On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EDT, the ACR’s Megan Zwiebel will interview Becky Rohr, vice-president of anti-corruption and global trade at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, about how they are using their T&E tool to measure and improve compliance. Registration information is here.