A Guide to Cybersecurity for Water and Wastewater Utilities

Cybersecurity Front Cover.jpgA Guide to Cybersecurity for Water and Wastewater Utilities is intended to help water and wastewater utility managers and operators navigate the complex world of cybersecurity. It provides accessible guidance on how utilities of all sizes can manage their risks, focus their resources, and implement controls to keep their facilities and their communities safe.

A Guide to Cybersecurity for Water and Wastewater Utilities topics include:

• The growing cybersecurity risk to utilities
• A cybersecurity risk assessment process suitable for utilities
• Cybersecurity controls that should be implemented
• How utilities can develop a culture of good cybersecurity management
• How to work with third parties to ensure they are managing their cybersecurity risk
• How utilities should maintain cybersecurity management

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The Cybersecurity Risk to Water and Wastewater Utilities
Chapter 3 Assessing and Managing Cybersecurity Risk
Chapter 4 Cybersecurity Barriers
Chapter 5 Awareness and Culture
Chapter 6 Dealing With Third Parties
Chapter 7 Cybersecurity Maintenance
Chapter 8 Terminology, Resources, and Further Reading

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