Our aim is to protect our employees, partners and assets in a responsible manner, and to prevent any security-related disruption to our operations.
Our security team is closely integrated into the wider HSSEIA community, and our Security Policy sets out the responsibilities of our leadership and each of our business units.
Petrofac works in challenging environments with fast-changing security issues. Our aim is to protect our employees and assets in a responsible manner, and to prevent any security-related disruption.
Our security and crisis management team is closely integrated into
the wider HSSEIA community.
Our Security Policy sets out the responsibilities of our leadership and our business units and, with regards to crisis management, we aim to operate to the same standard as ISO22301:2019.
The success of our approach is demonstrated by the fact that, in 2019, there were no major security incidents to report.
To reflect the fast-changing security environment, we continue to review and refine our security approach. Developments during 2019 included:
In response to rapidly evolving data security risks, and to support Petrofac’s wider digitalisation initiatives, cyber-security and data protection continued to be an area of emphasis. Related initiatives included:
To reflect the quality of our approach, Petrofac was named ‘Middle East Enterprise of the year’ by EC-Council at the 2019 CISO Summit & Awards.
This programme of initiatives will continue to be stepped up during 2020, and the aim is to operate at the same standard as ISO270017.