White papers

White paper on cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
Common evolutive aspects

White paper on cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
Finance

White paper on cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
Healthcare

White paper on cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
IP-intensive

White paper on cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
Retail

A new perspective on cyberisk applied to CAV

A new perspective on cyberisk applied to the UK energy grid

A new perspective on cyberisk applied to the UK FMI ecosystem

Publicity materials & Publications

  • Poster – for digital distribution
  • Flyer – for digital distribution
  • Brochure – for digital distribution
  • Printable kit – comprising poster, flyer and brochure, ready for print

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Hermeneut dynamic cybersecurity risk assessment tool

Presentations

Hermeneut conference “Protecting intangible assets from cyber attacks”
London, 3 June 2019

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Hermeneut Workshop on Insurance in Cybersecurity
Milan, 5 July 2018

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Hermeneut 1st workshop on insurance in cybersecurity

Cybersecurity: new challenges for GDPR application in the healthcare domain
Pisa, 23 March 2018

Evaluation of risks in the healthcare processes and integrations
Marco Bechini

 

The World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities
France, 14-15 July 2018

Safe and Ethical Cyberspace
Ahmed Bounfour

Deliverables

D2.1 Exposure of the target logics and methods
Due: April 2018

This document defines the grounding logics of the solution developed by Hermeneut with regards to the most relevant vulnerabilities and the corresponding tangible and intangible assets at risk. It details the concepts and the theoretical assumptions and taxonomies used by the project.

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D3.1. Generic model of intangibles cyber-risks
Due: October 2017

This document explores Hermeneut’s approach to dealing with the impact of cyberattacks on firms’ intangibles and organisations. A generic model is presented along different components, different complementary approaches and by reference to different data sources.

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D3.2 Macro estimates of intangibles cyber-risks
Due: April 2018

This report provides macroeconomic estimates of the effects of cyberattacks on intangibles assets. Our hypothesis is that sector level cyberattacks result in a certain level of inoperability that cascades over the attacked sector and other sectors through their input-output relationships.

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D3.3 Micro (sectoral) estimates of intangibles cyber-risks
Due: July 2018 (draft)

This document presents the objective of Work Package 3 and its scope within Hermeneut, defines cyber risk and explores different approaches to managing cyber risk. It also considers economic implications of cyber risk and how to evauate its economic impact.

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D3.4 Business models of cyberattacks
Due: July 2018 (draft)

This deliverable aims to contribute to the planning of cyber-threat deterrence policies and to shift the cost-benefit rationale of perpetrators to their disadvantage. This study aims to study the link between the cyber-crime perpetrator and its target by using quantitative research methods.

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D4.1 Soft Mitigations Solutions (1)
Due: October 2017

This deliverable discusses the relevance of Human Factors aspects in Cyber-Security, identifying the human-related threats, analysing organisational vulnerabilities according to the Human Factors analysis framework proposed, and discussing the relevant Soft Mitigation Measures.

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D4.2 BHI (Benefit-Harm Index) Report
Due: January 2018

This document reports on the development of a Benefit Harm Index (BHI) modelling approach, which is designed to support risk-aware decision making on information cybersecurity investments for the adoption of the possible hard (traditional) and soft mitigation measure.

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D4.5 Decision Support Tool
Due: October 2018 (draft)

This deliverable includes all the outcomes related to the installation of the risk self-assessment tool developed within the Hermeneut project; it also provides context to the tool and its release, details what it is expected from the software installation and provides a step-by-step guide to install the tool.

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D4.6 Decision Support Tool (2)
Due: January 2019 (draft)

This deliverable describes all key features, from a user’s point of view, that have been implemented for the RATING tool (Risk Assessment Tool for Integrated Governance), within the HERMENEUT project. The document guides the user through several stages of the tool.

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D5.3 Best Practices
Due: April 2019 (draft)

This deliverable describes the result of the analysis conducted on the key findings of two case studies within HERMENEUT: the Healthcare sector and the Critical Infrastructure sector – Intellectual Property. A set of useful best practices for each sector have been deducted and are presented here.

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D5.4 White Papers on healthcare, IP-intensive industries, financial services and retail sectors
Due: Aprile 2019 (draft)

This deliverable gathers white papers identifying the best practices on cyber-security to be adopted in different environments, introducing the common aspects of the HERMENEUT’S methodology applicable to all sectors.

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D5.5 Open Research Data Pilot Document
Due: March 2019 (draft)

The document introduces the types and nature of the Open Access research data produced by HERMENEUT. The taxonomy of concepts reported in this document is the main original contribution of the project to future researches.

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D6.3 Communication and Dissemination Toolkit
Due: January 2018

This document provides an overview of the practical elements of communication and dissemination material designed to support the Consortium with reaching its target audience and stakehodlers and achieveing KPIs determind by the EC.

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D7.1 Report on policies and best practices
Due: October 2017

This document analyses the current policy context and best practices to draw cybersecurity recommendations on companies’ intangible assets and costs, in case of data breaches, in the health and Intellectual Property (IP)-intensive industries.

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D7.3 Policy recommendations – final release
Due: April 2019 (draft)

This document showcases the results of implementing the HERMENEUT Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Tool (RATING) across several key sectors. It then defines the final policy recommendations resulting from HERMENEUT.

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