Tool-Supported Risk Modeling and Analysis of Evolving Critical Infrastructures

@inproceedings{Seehusen2012ToolSupportedRM,
  title={Tool-Supported Risk Modeling and Analysis of Evolving Critical Infrastructures},
  author={Fredrik Seehusen and B. Solhaug},
  booktitle={CD-ARES},
  year={2012}
}
Risk management is coordinated activities to direct and control an organization with regard to risk, and includes the identification, analysis and mitigation of unacceptable risks. For critical infrastructures consisting of interdependent systems, risk analysis and mitigation is challenging because the overall risk picture can be strongly affected by changes in only a few of the systems. In order to continuously manage risks and maintain an adequate level of protection, there is a need to… Expand
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