As work and the world increasingly moves online, cybersecurity has emerged as one of the most important issues facing civil engineers.
Group defines the research priorities necessary to do just that.
Sanitary surveys of drinking water systems must include reviews of cybersecurity.
EPA, industry offer competing plans for improving water sector cybersecurity.
A recent study in the "Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management" seeks to understand different stakeholders’ perspectives on the issue of cybersecurity in the Israeli water sector.
ASCE Plot Points Season 4 Episode 7: Cybersecurity is a hot topic these days – and one that most people would agree is important for our modern society to regulate and prioritize.
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In this episode of ASCE Interchange, Michael Chipley, cybersecurity expert and president of The PMC Group, discusses how we can prepare our infrastructure for cyberwar.
Brad Allenby and Mike Chester explain why civil engineers need to aggressively take the lead in the current cybersecurity landscape.
ACSE’s International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering will feature a diverse collection of workshops, sessions and courses as well as speakers and experts who are leaders and innovators in the computing science and civil engineering fields.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recommends that all public and private infrastructure owners employ the following actions, at a minimum, to avoid disruption and preserve public safety.
As work and the world increasingly moves online, cybersecurity has emerged as one of the most important issues facing civil engineers. Recent cyber-attacks on the nation’s critical infrastructure systems demonstrate the need for civil engineers to incorporate plans for protecting these systems and their networks from future bad actors.