Security Risk Assessment for Water Utilities #107 This is a videotape of the November 27, 2001 teleconference of the same name. Based on a research project conducted by Sandia National Laboratories for the AWWA Research Foundation, the teleconference video provides an overview of the project that will assist utilities in assessing their systems and developing measures to reduce the risks and mitigate the consequences of terrorist or other criminal attacks. The program is made possible by funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The video will be most helpful to water utility management involved in operations, security, and security upgrades; state administrators and other public officials involved in utility security; and consultants working in utility security upgrades.

Other topics covered during the 3-hour program include key security design principles, security technologies currently available, and how to select security consultants. Two experts in the field of security assessmentóJeffrey Danneels and Basil J. Steele, both with Sandia National Laboratoriesógive an overview of the tools used to support the assessment process and lessons learned from completed utility assessments. VHS, 3 hours renewal training credit. Produced by AWWA.