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Your water and electric utility clients are facing new requirements for physical and cyber risk assessments, risk management processes, and emergency response planning. These clients will be looking to you to help them meet their compliance requirements and improve utility resilience.

Join our panel of utilities, engineering firms, and cybersecurity specialists to learn more about the changing needs of water and electric utility clients and gain a stronger working understanding of client risk assessment and risk management.

During this 90-minute session, including 30 minutes for questions and answers, you’ll learn about:

  • Recent incidents, sector drivers, new legal requirements and best practices
  • Risk management basics to address business, natural, and malevolent (physical, cyber) risks
  • Topical areas of concern including:
    • How to get client buy-in to risk management processes
    • Internal and external communications
    • How to assure the client water/electric utility of the engineering firm cyber hygiene
    • How to work with the utility client to meet its requirements
    • Tools that may be used by clients to evaluate the engineering firm’s cyber practices
  • Water utility requirements
  • Electric utility requirements
  • Process resources


  • Basic risk management processes and resources
  • Water utility risk assessment, cybersecurity risk management, and emergency response requirements and processes
  • Electric utility risk assessment, and cybersecurity risk management requirements and processes
Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


Price (Member)


Price (Non-Member)


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