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2022 Marks WaterISAC’s 20th Anniversary

Twenty years ago, the U.S. water and wastewater sector established WaterISAC in 2002, in coordination with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

We are excited to celebrate this milestone with our members and members-to-be. Created by and for the water sector we have grown to over 500 utilities across the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Our mission has also grown over the years, to include cybersecurity, climate adaptation, emergency response, and natural disaster resilience.

Together, over the years, we have helped thousands of utilities by disseminating the information they need to stay secure and protect those they serve. Thank you for being part of the WaterISAC journey, we are looking forward to the next 20 years.

We are proud to say that WaterISAC has become the gateway to cyber and physical threat information and best practices for the sector.

How We Plan to Celebrate

We see 20 years as an achievement and we are looking forward to recognizing the growth and success of WaterISAC throughout 2022. Stay tuned for:

What Happened in WaterISAC’s 19th Year?

Together our 19th year was a remarkable one and we thank all of our members who helped make it happen. In 2021 we elevated WaterISAC through key relationships with federal and state partners, advising on important federal agencies key alerts, conducting surveys of the sector to identify disruptions, providing thousands of advisories of utility threats, bi-weekly Security and Resilience updates, and so much more. You can check out our Year-In-Review by downloading the pdf below:

WaterISAC 2021 Year in Review

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What Our Members Say
  • WaterISAC provides in-depth water safety and security information not available anywhere else.
  • What I value most is very timely access to a wealth of relevant information. The WaterISAC resource library is quite impressive, and new items are added on a daily basis spanning a wide array of security and emergency management subjects.
  • You are flying blind if you are not a member of WaterISAC. You will likely never have the in-house resources to fully understand all of the threats out there.
  • I consider WaterISAC the most valuable source I have for water and wastewater situational awareness. It’s a force multiplier for me because I am a one person shop and the account lets me share content with multiple users.
  • WaterISAC allows you to cut through the noise of security information from other sources. Most utilities have limited budgets and WaterISAC has stepped up to provide security threat information that is easily accessible and reasonably priced.
  • WaterISAC provides us with all the information that is relevant to our industry, all in one fell swoop, so we don’t have to hunt for it. I most value WaterISAC for its consolidation of threats that are coming in around the world that are directly to the water sector.
  • WaterISAC provides vital water security knowledge and information for utilities.