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Membership Benefits
As WaterISAC members, you and your team will benefit from unlimited access to a comprehensive platform featuring:
Details on physical and cyber threats to water and wastewater systems
  • Terrorism activity
  • IT and OT threats
  • Natural disasters
A vast, searchable library of knowledge with thousands of resources
  • Threat analysis
  • Mitigation strategies
  • Best practices
  • Response and recovery guidance
Water sector threat analysis
  • Based on incident reports; issued every 6 months
An array of tools for identifying and managing risks
  • Links to leading tools and apps by industry and government
Twice-weekly WaterISAC Security and Resilience Update
  • Latest advisories, tools, reports and news in support of water and wastewater system security
Full access to the WaterISAC via mobile devices
  • Access WaterISAC content and manage your account while on the go
Briefings and webinars featuring security experts
  • Monthly cyber threat web briefing by analysts from WaterISAC, the Department of Homeland Security, and private cybersecurity firms
  • Other webinars to help you protect utilities and respond to disasters and other hazards
Database of chem/bio contaminants that pose threats to health and the environment
  • Seamlessly access three chem/bio databases containing over 700 contaminants
  • Helpful in responding to threats, incidents, and spills

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WaterISAC Annual Dues

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Membership Eligibility
You are eligible to join WaterISAC if you meet these conditions:
  1. Your job responsibilities include management, security or emergency response, and
  2. You are based in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the Netherlands and you work for one of these types of organizations:
    • Water and wastewater service provider, retail or wholesale.
    • Local, state/provincial or federal government agency with responsibility for water resources, security, emergency management, public or environmental health or law enforcement.
    • Consulting or engineering firm contracted by water sector utilities to support utility operations or management, or development and implementation of their critical infrastructure protection programs.
    • Water and wastewater utility industry association.

3.  You agree to abide by WaterISAC's Terms and Conditions for handling sensitive information.

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.