Together, NRWA and WaterISAC unite for rural water resilience

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The National Rural Water Association (NRWA) and Water Information Sharing and Analysis Center (WaterISAC) have announced a cybersecurity collaboration. The partnership aims to educate rural utilities about cyber and physical security issues and how to improve resilience efforts. NRWA CEO Matt Holmes stated that the collaboration will provide additional resources to the association’s smallest members, who often have limited resources to combat security threats. The collaboration will benefit approximately 25,000 members of NRWA who serve populations of 3,300 or fewer. Eligible members will receive WaterISAC’s Security Resilience Update, a twice-weekly newsletter, and access to monthly Threat Briefing webinars and the Resource Center. They will also have access to WaterISAC’s H2OSecCon conferences at the member rate.

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