Cybersecurity for the Water Sector

A cyberattack can cost an organization millions of dollars, a tarnished reputation, and even lives in the case of water resources.

Our latest whitepaper, Cybersecurity for the Water Sector, addresses how the swift pace of digitization, remote work environment, and global tension have led to a volatile cybersecurity landscape. We dive into the topic of cybersecurity and why it is imperative that water resource professionals, like yourself, are up-to-date and knowledge equipped to protect our most valuable resource.

Expect to come away with:

  • A better understanding of the cost of cybersecurity and current global issues impacting the frequency of attacks
  • Tangible knowledge of governmental action to prioritize cybersecurity in the water sector
  • Simple action steps at the individual and organizational level to improve cyber hygiene
  • Water specific cybersecurity resources to increase awareness across your organization

On-Demand Webinar: Demystifying Cybersecurity for the Water Sector 

Listen to a panel of cybersecurity and digital experts as they simplify why organizations need to consider mitigation strategies, explain the risks of poor data security practices, and how technology provides an advantage in overcoming cybersecurity challenges and threats.

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