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International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2007)
Title: Locating Risk through Modelling Critical Infrastructure Systems
Author(s): Graeme Pye, Matthew Warren
Keywords: Risk management, perception, critical infrastructure, modelling
Abstract: This paper introduces and discusses the research proposition of a link between the modelling of critical infrastructure system/s and risk identification and management. As a means of categorically identifying points of risk within a particular model of a critical infrastructure system/s for the purpose of solution creation and contingency development and testing in the modelling environment, prior to physical implementation. This research is at the preliminary stage of exploration and is an extension of current research into modelling critical infrastructure system/s and extends this research with regard to introducing risk perception and quantifying risk, along with establishing modelling guidelines for consistent model generation, as discussed.
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