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The increasing adoption of wireless network systems in utilities, the increased shift to remote work, and the newfound bidirectional flow of information between utilities and consumers have expanded the threat landscape of cybersecurity attacks against utilities. Utilities, thus, must be aware of their network security vulnerabilities and prepared for any potential threats. To better understand where they stand in terms of their adoption of cellular network technologies, awareness of their systems vulnerabilities, and interests in fortifying their network security, Zpryme surveyed more than 80 utilities on the status of network security in their organizations.

Key findings include:

  • Only 20% of respondents said their utility organizations are investing in Wi-Fi 6 and/or LTE/5G
  • 65% of respondents find that improved connectivity is the top value that TE/5G can offer their businesses
  • 62% either don’t know or don’t believe that they have the skills and tools in their organizations to protect against cyber threats