Securing Your Municipal Water Infrastructure

Description:Electrical utilities, oil and gas, chemical process and water have been identified as the critical infrastructure assets that require absolute protection from a security incident. So, why is it that the first three critical infrastructure assets have rules, regulations, and penalties in place to protect those systems from a security incident, while water - one of the most valuable assets to human existence - does not?

Authors: Wong, Victor

Subjects: Asset Management, Source Water

Tags:source water,asset management,water infrastructure,watermark,Watershed,Water

Citation:Watermark Magazine, Summer 2012, BCWWA, Vol 21, No 2, Craig Kelman & Associates

Publication Date:Mar 10th, 2013 Upload Date:Mar 10th, 2013

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