The oil industry is still struggling to figure out how to keep its supply chains safe and safe from cyber attacks and sabotage.

A report by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Oil & Gas Association (OGA) this week found that the oil industry faces an uncertain future as hackers and other cybercriminals continue to try to disrupt oil refineries and sabotage the supply chain.

Oil refineries can’t simply shut down and restart.

That means that as long as the industry is relying on the oil to supply its operations, the supply of oil is also vulnerable to attacks.

That’s why, when the U,D.H.S., OGA report is released, we’re going to highlight the key elements to maintaining oil refinery security, and how to protect your facilities from the threats.

In this article, we’ll focus on oil refiners, the U.,D.D. and OGA, as well as their critical components.

Oil and Gas Industry Security The oil and gas industry is currently under attack from a growing number of cyberattacks and sabotage attacks.

Oil industry security is a combination of the most common threats that an oil refinery face today.

The most important of these is cyber attacks.

The U.D.,D., Oga report finds that the U,.

D. is responsible for the most serious threats against the oil and natural gas industries.

Hackers and malicious software have targeted oil refinery networks and other critical components, including fuel supply lines, transmission lines, and pipelines.

Hackings and sabotage campaigns targeting oil refiner networks have been happening for several years now.

In 2016, there were at least two attacks that compromised the production control system (PCS) for the U.’s oil refinery, which supplies about 25 percent of all U. ‘s oil and other products to the United States.

The attacks were successful in taking control of the PCS, forcing the refinery to shut down.

A year later, in 2017, the attack on the refinery’s PCS system was successful in shutting down production.

The attack on that refinery is just one of a number of recent attacks that have targeted other parts of the oil refining industry.

There were also several attacks that targeted pipeline systems, including the LNG terminals in the Gulf of Mexico and the oil refinery in West Texas.

The latest attack against the pipeline systems is just the latest in a long list of attacks that affect the oil supply chain as well.

Hacktivist group Anonymous has been targeted by a number other groups.

These groups have tried to disrupt the supply chains of companies like Exxon Mobil, Chevron, and others, as has the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

While these attacks have not been successful in disrupting the supply, they have made the industry vulnerable to cyberattacks.

These cyberattacks have been focused on the supply systems of the companies.

These attacks have been aimed at oil and oil product lines.

The groups that have attacked the oil refining industry are mostly focused on sabotaging or disrupting oil refinery operations.

The OGA found that hackers and cybercrimians are trying to disrupt refinery supply lines by planting malware on oil production control systems, or PCSs, which can be used to control the oil production process.

Hacker groups have targeted the PCESs of Exxon Mobil and Chevron, according to the report.

Hack groups have also targeted other pipelines that connect the refinery with pipelines and storage tanks.

Hack attacks have targeted pipelines in the West Texas area, and have been successful at taking control or slowing the flow of the pipeline.

The report found that at least six oil companies in the U ,D.U., and Oga have been hit by hackers or cybercrimins targeting the oil infrastructure.

Oil companies have also been targeted in the Middle East, Asia, and the United Kingdom.

Hack attackers have targeted storage tanks and pipelines in Europe, Russia, the United Arab Emirates, and Canada.

The impact of these attacks on the global oil supply chains has been significant, according the report, but the threats are far from over.

Hack attack groups have attacked oil pipeline systems and have tried in the past to break into oil storage tanks, pipelines, and storage facilities.

The damage caused by these attacks has been extensive.

The hack attacks that are affecting the oil pipelines have been significant in terms of disruption to the supply.

Hack attempts targeting the pipelines and other infrastructure have been particularly significant in the case of the West Oil Refinery.

Hackattacks targeted the supply system of the refinery by a group of people affiliated with Anonymous, the OGA said.

Hack hackers have targeted pipeline lines in the area of the refineries in the United United States and Europe.

The group that attacked the refinery in the region was also known as the “hacktivist” group, according a document that the Oga said it shared with The Verge.

The Anonymous hacktivist, known as Dredd, has also targeted pipeline storage tanks in Europe and North America, and also targeted pipelines at the West Coast and Gulf Coast refineries