AWWA Cybersecurity Forum – Now Complete
Thank you for joining us for an informative Forum.
We hope that you gained some valuable perspectives, support, and new resources as we tackle this mission-critical topic together.
The insightful observations from all our panelists are now available On Demand.
Registrants can revisit the Opening General Session, all technical sessions, the sponsor spotlights, and all resources until May 20, 2022.
If you missed our virtual AWWA Cybersecurity Forum live, register now and watch on your own time.
We believe this messaging is vital and are now offering the replay of this essential event at a reduced price, available On Demand through May 20, 2022.
Cyber risk is the top threat facing business and critical infrastructure in the United States. Water Sector entities have suffered a range of attacks, including ransomware attacks, tampering with Industrial Control Systems, manipulating valve and flow operations and chemical treatment formulations, and other efforts to disrupt and potentially destroy operations. The effects of a cybersecurity attack on critical water sector operations could cause devastating harm to public health and safety. Failing to address cybersecurity risk in a proactive way can have devastating results. Join us for this two-day, virtual forum.
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