Cybersecurity for Water and Wastewater Professionals

Cybersecurity for Water and Wastewater Professionals

Optional Certification: Certified Mission Critical Professional (CMCP)

Monday, September 13, 2021 | Hilton – Milwaukee City Center – Juneau Room | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Course Only (no test)

  • $299.00
  • 3 hours long

Course and Test:

  • $499
  • 3 hour certification course, lunch break, then testing

Course Overview

This course is specifically designed for drinking water and wastewater operators who want to better protect their utilities from cybersecurity breaches. The course focuses on 7 critical areas which are listed below.  In addition, this course prepares students for the Certified Mission Critical Professional (CMCP) exam should they wish to sit for the exam after the lunch break at 1:00 PM or at a later date.

This class (as well as the exam) are comprised of the following 7 domain areas:

  • Core mission critical concepts
  • Risk management
  • Safety, physical & cyber security
  • Change management
  • Operations
  • Business Continuity
  • Mission critical system design

About Certified Mission Critical Professional (CMCP) Certification

Developed by hundreds of mission critical professionals across the 16 sectors of critical infrastructure (as identified by CISA https://www.cisa.gov/critical-infrastructure-sectors) the CMCP exam validates an individual’s fundamental knowledge of industry best practices necessary to operate in a mission critical environment. Those holding the CMCP designation signal to the industry that they are equipped with the requisite knowledge and skills necessary to handle mission-critical security and threats safely and effectively.

Why should I take this course?

This course educates essential workers in the water industry how to better protect their systems and also prepares them to sit for the CMCP exam should they elect to pursue this certification. The CMCP certification provides independent assurance that a candidate has a fundamental understanding and knowledge to be a mission critical professional. As a certified mission critical professional an individual will be better prepared for their role, and employers will benefit from reduced in-house training requirements and increased productivity.