Information on infrastructure protection strategies and all hazardous
threats is vital to the security of wastewater utilities. In an effort
to get this important information into the hands of the men and women
who help keep these facilities safe, the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency and Water Information Sharing and Analysis Center (WaterISAC) is
offering 12 months of free access to WaterISAC’s Pro service.
WaterISAC Pro’s secure online library contains more than 2,000
white papers, best practices, three different chem/bio contaminant
databases, vulnerability assessment tools, research reports, and
This opportunity is available to staff of wastewater utilities of all
sizes, water association employees, state environment and homeland
security agencies, and circuit riders. These personnel may sign up at www.waterisac.org.
WaterISAC, established in 2002, is a nonprofit water-sector
organization in support of infrastructure protection.
A Secure Host for WERF’s Security Research
WERF, under a U.S. EPA security grant, has completed 12 projects that
address the wide range of security issues wastewater treatment
facilities face as they prepare for potential disruptions or upsets of
treatment systems. WERF has partnered with WaterISAC to securely
disseminate this important research.
WERF subscribers can access these reports by registering for
WaterISAC’s basic service, which is free of charge. This basic
membership, however, does not provide access to the additional
documents, databases, and tools offered under the WaterISAC Pro
For more information on WERF’s security-related research, visit
us online at www.werf.org/security or contact
Amit Pramanik at email@example.com.