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Guarding the Gate: Embracing Cybersecurity in Public Water Systems

2023-05-25 @ 15:30 16:30 UTC+0

Explore the evolving cybersecurity landscape for public water systems, especially in light of new EPA requirements. We’ll help you understand the challenges, potential solutions, and how modern solutions can enhance system protection and help you achieve compliance.

Why Attend?

Achieve Compliance: Gain a deep understanding of the EPA’s new cybersecurity requirements under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and learn how to conduct effective cybersecurity reviews.

Prevent Cyber Threats: As IT systems become increasingly integrated into water treatment processes, cybersecurity is more critical than ever. We’ll show you how to mitigate risks and safeguard your infrastructure.

Stay Ahead of the Curve: The new EPA cybersecurity requirements are expected to impact approximately 155,693 public water systems in the United States. By watching this webinar, you can be among the first to understand and navigate these changes.

Get Expert Insights: You’ll get easy access to our industry experts and their deep knowledge of critical infrastructure security, operational technology risk management, and cybersecurity. 

Webinar Highlights

Regulatory Overview: Grasp the regulatory basis for the new cybersecurity requirement and its implications for your PWS, and appreciate how Agilicus aligns with these requirements.

Cybersecurity Review: Learn how to conduct a cybersecurity review and what the EPA’s memorandum requires for sanitary surveys. See firsthand how Agilicus’ detailed audit logs can facilitate this process.

Compliance Strategy: Get insights on preparing for state sanitary surveys and accelerating compliance with the new requirement. Understand how Agilicus can streamline this process with its seamless central management of user access and authorization.

Question & Answer Session: Have your questions addressed in real time by our expert panel and gain insights into the practical application of Agilicus in your own PWS.

The Speakers:


John Chiappetta, Sector Export at Agilicus

John leads Customer Engagement and Sales at Agilicus where he helps organizations overcome various cybersecurity and remote access challenges. Prior to joining Agilicus, John worked with public and private sector organizations of all sizes to enhance their use of data and innovation to improve services, inform local decision-making and drive product development. John has worked with municipalities across North America to create the Open Cities Index, helped manage the National Open Data Exchange, and has worked on Smart Cities projects such as Smart Parking and Housing initiatives. In doing so, John has extensive experience with emerging technologies such as Big Data, 5G, IoT, and Zero Trust Remote Access.

Nicolas St-Pierre, Chief Technology Officer at Agilicus

With over 20 years of experience in the IT and cloud security industries, Nicolas has contributed significantly to the world’s largest carriers and networks in their adoption of next-gen technologies such as 5G and the cloud. At Sandvine, he served as Vice President of the Office of the CTO, reporting directly to the CTO and playing a key role in the company’s Active Network Intelligence portfolio, 5G strategy, and solutions roadmap. Before joining Sandvine, Nick founded Bering Media Inc., where he served as Chief Technology Officer and Director, developing hyperlocal advertising technology with enhanced privacy features. Most recently, he acted as Field CTO in Canada for Lacework, a leader in cloud security.


Embrace the future of cybersecurity for Public Water Systems with Agilicus. Register now for this exclusive live webinar and step confidently into a secure future.

Case Study: Protecting Critical Municipal Infrastructure and Securing Operational Technology at a Water Treatment Facility

Learn how a municipality in rural Ontario protected its water treatment facility using Agilicus AnyX. The Information Technology and Operational Technology teams of this local government combined forces to create secure remote access to the SCADA systems at their plant, enforcing multi-factor authentication, role-based access controls, and granular audit trails. This was achieved all while maintaining their existing credentials for single sign-on.