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Last summer, after security experts exploited the wireless Internet connection of a Jeep Cherokee’s onboard entertainment system and remotely crashed the vehicle, the automaker had to scurry to plug the security hole in its software. That demonstration could serve as a cautionary tale for an increasingly connected drilling community that has been tardy in making cybersecurity a key component of risk management programs.

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