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Department of Mathematical Sciences

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Statistics Seminars: A Methodology for Information Security Decision-Making using Probabilistic Models

Presented by Aad van Moorsel, Newcastle University

13 February 2012 14:00 in CM221

This presentation discusses the quantitative assessment of security and trust in information systems. If successful, quantitative assessment allows one to make objective investment decisions in information security. In depth we will discuss recent model-based approaches that are based on the trust economics methodology, which establishes probabilistic models that include human and economic factors. The trust economics methodology provides basic tools for objective decision-making, and opens up a range of interesting applications and use cases as well as decision-making tools.

Contact sunil.chhita@durham.ac.uk for more information