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Arief, Raditya (author)
Cascading effects are high-impact, low-probability phenomena that have caused catastrophic impacts in various chemical and process plants around the world. With the increasing trend of cyberattacks targeting critical infrastructures, there is a concern that accidents caused by cyberattacks may trigger cascading effects in these facilities. In...
master thesis 2018
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de Ronde, Xander (author)
The increased decentralisation and heterogeneity of critical infrastructure systems pose a threat to the safe and secure operation of critical infrastructures by complicating cybersecurity procedures. The increased frequency and impact of cyberthreats have led to the desire to develop coherent security policies. In order to explore the effects...
master thesis 2018
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Koeze, Ruben (author)
With the extensive use of the internet nowadays, companies are becoming more and more at risk from cyber-attacks. Especially SMEs are vulnerable, as they lack in cybersecurity. This is due to time, resource and knowledge constraints. In the literature no clear solutions can be found in order to help SMEs with their cybersecurity. To overcome...
master thesis 2017
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de Vries, Jennie (author)
One of the leading perspectives from literature is that decisions about investments should be made based on a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis and on a cyber-risk assessment. However, many organizations do not undertake this sophisticated analyses due to the lack of available data about costs, benefits and the impact and likelihood of attacks...
master thesis 2017
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