The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is leveraging funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to improve cybersecurity in state drinking water and wastewater systems. The grant money allows the agency to develop and implement programs to proactively mitigate risks.
The grants provide up to $50,000 per drinking water or wastewater system to implement recommendations from a cybersecurity assessment. Combined drinking water and wastewater systems are eligible for up to $100,000. To qualify, systems must complete a cybersecurity assessment, which can be provided by EPA and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
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