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Due to the increasing reliance on ICT, the integration between IT/OT, and the widespread application of the Internet of Things, new digital vulnerabilities arise. This not only poses risks to companies and organizations operating in the energy sector but also to their associated supply chains and the energy system as a whole. Cybersecurity is therefore crucial in building the new energy system and driving innovation within the energy transition.

Topsector Energie Digitalisering focuses on the vulnerabilities arising from the digitalization of the energy system. This includes cyber risks for players in the energy sector, their supply chains, and the energy system itself. We consider cybersecurity as a prerequisite for every innovation trajectory involving digitalization. We address key issues, promote the development and sharing of knowledge, and drive innovation to create a digitally secure and resilient energy system.

Check out the knowledge base: cybersecurity for more publications, webinars, and reports on cybersecurity in the energy sector.

Topsector Energy Digitalization acts as a link between the energy and IT domains, connecting parties for knowledge exchange. Below are some relevant actors and knowledge portals for the energy sector. If you want to learn more about cybersecurity in the context of energy transition and energy innovation, please contact us at

Organizations and Initiatives:

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