With an increasingly complex and interconnected world we need to reconsider our perception of risk as it applies to cyber threats. Traditional risk models rely heavily on probabilistic approaches, which demand stable distributions […]
Training, or better cyber training, of people in the organisations is a soft mitigation countermeasure useful to reduce the cyber risk. Cyber training has some unique characteristics versus training that need […]
Today, information exchange is a core activity of worldwide companies, and intangible assets like information are at risk of cyberattacks. Intellectual Property Intensive industries must be prepared to protect them against cybercrime.
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Today, the elusiveness of targeted attacks (TAs) and the number of evasion tactics exploited by the ongoing cyberattacks are so significant that monolithic defence strategies are not efficient anymore. Successful […]
Cybercrime’s strategies are rapidly changing: cybercriminals are becoming more and more dynamic and well organised, with new business logics behind their attacks. To tackle this change cybersecurity professionals need new skills. In this […]
Economic assessment of intangible assets is a topic still open to investigation for the research community. And a relevant one, considering that cyberattacks are targeting more and more a company’s intangible assets (i.e. […]
EU policy initiatives in the field of cybersecurity, but also in the broader context of a secure interconnected digital world, have grown exponentially over the past few years. Taking into account the rapid […]