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Enterprises intangible Risks Management via Economic models based on simulatioN of modErn cyber-aTtacks

Livrables

Communication and Dissemination Toolkit

This deliverable will provide the practical elements of communication and dissemination for HERMENEUT to reach its target audience as: templates for pres-entations, reports and letters, general flyer and poster, project web site, communication materials, Creation and animation of accounts on social medias, articles for several papers, etc.

BHI index report

This deliverable will identify and propose a set of governance, standard, and other suggested interventions across the ecosystems of the domains under analysis, developing a Benefit Harm Index (BHI) modelling approach that includes intangible parameters.

Integrated estimation of the Enterprise's vulnerabilities

The deliverable summarizes the methodology, process and logics of the system developed to measure the exposure of a target. It also defines which are the quantitative variables involved in the estimation of the likelihood. The document also describes the grounding concepts on which the deliverable D2.3 is built.

Best Practices

This deliverable will carried out an analysis of the results obtained in D5.1 and D5.2, in order to quantify the cost of a suffered damage and that deriving from the proper implementation of prevention measures.

Policy recommendations-final release

This deliverable will develop the project exploitation strategy and roadmap, in order to maximise stakeholder awareness and uptake of the project outputs, identifying tangible impact pathways and mechanisms to ensure the adoption of the project results into future projects.

White Papers on healthcare, IP-intensive industries, financial services and retail sectors

This deliverable will develop white papers identifying the best practices on cyber-security to be adopted in different environments.

Micro (sectoral) estimates of intangibles cyber-risks

This deliverable will identify the incentives for stake-holders to ensure security and the implications for the ICT domain.

Business models of cyberattacks

This deliverable will analyze the cyber attackers’ perspectives by a theoretical model, taking into account two types of profiles: individuals (for instance hackers) and organisations (typically a criminal or a government actor, such as for instance a foreign intelligence agency, in some cases so-called hacktivists, or terrorist groups).

Generic model of intangibles cyber-risks

This deliverable develops a generic microeconomic model of intangible costs caused by cyber-attacks.

Soft Mitigation Solutions

This deliverable will identify and propose a set of organisational, procedural and Human-Computer Interaction solutions integrated with state-of-the-art technical solutions customised for the cyber-threats identified in WP2.

Report on policies and best practices

This deliverable will analyze policy documents, including regulations and directives, and best practices which relate to the topics addressed by the project with a particular focus on analysing current EU policies such as the Digital Single Market Strategy, the Network and Information Security Directive.

Macro estimates of intangibles cyber-risks

This deliverable will conduct macroeconomic estimates providing data for cyber-security markets for EU as well as leading OECD countries. An elaboration of a potential index for cyber-security will also be explored. Finally, for the supply side, the volume of the cyber-security market for suppliers – especially at EU level – will be estimated.

Decision Support Tool (V1)

This deliverable will define the detailed functionalities of the tool, by analysing the user requirements and needs expressed from the users of the project (DEDA and ELTA), exploiting the input from PRS, and analysing the state of the practice in risk assessment for cost benefit analysis. This task will then design the underlying informa-tion model, including meta-models for risk criteria, assets, scenarios, etc., and the supporting repository and knowl-edge base.

Decision Support Tool

This deliverable will define the detailed functionalities of the tool, by analysing the user requirements and needs expressed from the users of the project (DEDA and ELTA), exploiting the input from PRS, and analysing the state of the practice in risk assessment for cost benefit analysis. This task will then design the underlying informa-tion model, including meta-models for risk criteria, assets, scenarios, etc., and the supporting repository and knowl-edge base.

Open Research Data Pilot Document

This deliverable aims to make the research data generated by the projects accessible with as few restrictions as possible, while at the same time protecting sensitive data from inappropriate access.

Publications

The HERMENEUT Project: Enterprises intangible Risk Management via Economic models based on simulation of modern cyber attacks”

Auteurs: Enrico Frumento, Carlo Dambra
Publié dans: The European Cybersecurity Journal issue of February 19, 2019

The HERMENEUT Project: Enterprises Intangible Risk Management via Economic Models based on Simulation of Modern Cyber Attacks

Auteurs: Enrico Frumento, Carlo Dambra
Publié dans: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Information Systems Security and Privacy, 2019, Page(s) 495-502
DOI: 10.5220/0007413504950502

Cybersecurity and the evolutions of healthcare: challenges and threats behind its evolution

Auteurs: Enrico Frumento
Publié dans: m_Health Current and Future Applications, 2019