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  • Cybersecurity toolkit for water utilities to adopt CISA, FBI and EPA guidance

    A quick cybersecurity pop quiz. Which of these three events is based on an actual occurrence? The correct answer, unfortunately, is “all of the above”. These were all actual events in California, Florida, and Kansas that were thankfully stopped in their tracks by attentive employees. To date, there has been no successful attempt by hackers…

  • We asked a cybersecurity expert: Can the cloud help water utilities?

    Water utilities in the US have been given a mandate by the federal government that they need to improve their cybersecurity. It’s a serious issue, but this directive is also competing with the US’s aging water infrastructure, limited funding, and a host of other needs. We wanted to talk to an expert with experience across…

  • White paper surveys UK architects about upcoming 2024 SuDS regulations. Are they ready? Are developers?

    The UK government has announced that it will be mandatory to include Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) in virtually all new housing developments in England beginning in 2024. This is a win for proponents of SuDS, but one that feels like it has been a long time coming. This will bring England in line with Scotland,…

  • Video: Colby Manwaring talks to Informed Infrastructure magazine about Scottish Canals’ digital twin

    Last year at this time, I was riding a bike along the canals of Glasgow, tagging along with an extremely talented film crew from BBC StoryWorks to help document the incredible progress Scottish Canals has made in revitalizing their waterways. The film that came out of this trip, Europe’s First Smart Canal, is beautiful. We’re…

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    IIJA Webinar: Unlocking the Future of Water Resources in Infrastructure

    Listen in to Autodesk’s David Totman and Carolina Venegas Martinez, with their special guest Tommy Holmes from the American Water Association, as they dive into the historic IIJA funding to understand the potential and how you can be part of it.

  • Improving the early design of water and wastewater treatment plants with Transcend  

    One of the United Nations’ top Sustainable Development Goals is to ensure the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. Can water professionals help with that goal?   Yes, they can. Absolutely.   When the people who work on water infrastructure are enabled to plan, design, maintain, and operate it more effectively, they can…

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    Colby Manwaring in Forbes

    We were happy to see our own Colby Manwaring appear in a new Forbes article, How Technology Can Mitigate Flooding And Secure Water Infrastructure