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RISK MANAGEMENT, RESILIENCY AND CYBERSECURITY CONFERENCE
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America's Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 requires water utilities and the EPA to assess risk. EPA requirements to be announced in August 2019. Compliance due by March 2020 for most utilities.

10/9/2019 to 10/10/2019
When: Octber 9th and 10th
10 am
Where: Augenstein Alumni Center, Western Kentucky University
292 Alumni Ave
Bowling Green, Kentucky  42101
United States
Contact: Michelle Schofield
502.425.1611


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Proposed Agenda

Subject to Change

Wednesday, October 9 Risk Management/Resiliency (10:00 AM to 5:00 PM CST)

Overview of Risk Management Legislation - Kevin Morley, AWWA

Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Requirements of Water Infrastructure and Improvement Act - Kevin Morley, AWWA

Messages and Activities in Water Utility Resilience and Mitigation -Frank Blaha, Water Research Foundation and Will Williams, Black & Veatch

Knoxville Water Supply Reliability Plan - Nathan Babelay, Knoxville Utilities Board and Jennifer Osgood, CDM Smith

Facility Threat Assessments, The FIRST Step! – Scott O’Brien, APB Consulting Solutions

Water ISAC: Benefits and Services for the Water Sector - Michael Arceneaux,Water ISAC and Mose Jobe, Metro Water Services




Thursday, October 10 Cyber Security (7:30 AM to 4:30 PM CST)

AWWA 's Cybersecurity Tool - Kevin Morley, AWWA

15 Steps to Keep Foes from Hacking and Hurting Our Water Infrastructure - Jennifer Walker, Water lSAC

KY Intelligence Fusion Center Cybersecurity Overview- Phillip Ross, KIFC Cyber/GIS Analyst

Anatomy of a Utility Hack- Steven Dyer, C.S.A.

Let's go Phishing! A Louisville Water Case Study - Louisville Water Company

Perch Threat Detection and Threat Response System - Wes Spencer, PERCH and Chris Bryant, Northern Kentucky Water District

Clean Water Professionals of KY & TN (formerly KY-TN WEA) members......

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