Print Email Facebook Twitter Framework for Quantifying Cyber Security Risks Title Framework for Quantifying Cyber Security Risks Author Wolthuis, R. Phillipson, F. Jongsma, H.J. Langenkamp, P.N. Publication year 2021 Abstract In recent years we see that an increasing amount of information becomes available that can be beneficial to the security risk process. Traditionally, security risk management is an asset-based, qualitative process based on expert opinion and information at hand; periodically a group of experts assesses applicable risks and determines correct risk levels, and whether new risks should be added to the list. We propose in this paper a threat-based, traceable quantitative risk management approach, that uses current information to quantify risks. This leads to a near real-time risk process, where available information is processed and the risks are automatically updated. The approach was tested in practice at the main banks in the Netherlands Subject Quantified cyber securityBayesian Belief NetworkReal Time MonitoringModel Based To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:60180e23-93ec-40aa-bc5a-176ad57b10c7 TNO identifier 884818 Source Cyber Security, 4 (4) Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.