A Framework for Classifying and Comparing Models of Cyber Security Investment to Support Policy and Decision-Making

@inproceedings{Rue2007AFF,
  title={A Framework for Classifying and Comparing Models of Cyber Security Investment to Support Policy and Decision-Making},
  author={Rachel Rue},
  booktitle={WEIS},
  year={2007}
}
The threat to cyber security is real and growing. Organizations of all kinds must take protective measures, but effective resource allocat i n is difficult. This situation is due in part to uncertainty about the nature and severity o f hreats and vulnerabilities, as well as about the effectiveness of mitigating measures. A v ariety of models have been proposed to aid decision makers. We describe a framework to analyze and compare models, and illustrate our framework with an analysis of three… CONTINUE READING

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