SECONDO researchers, Sakshyam Panda from University of Surrey Alexendra Dritsa and Aristeidis Farao from UPRC work closely at UPRC Laboratory on D3.1 Pricing Methods and Risk Modelling which is going to be delivered at the end of June.
Based on Task 3.1 Methods for pricing tangible and intangible digital assets, evaluates the digital assets that might be categorized different, as tangible and intangible. Task 3.2 Risk modelling is a useful tool that can provide data from Quantitative Risk Analysis Metamodel (QRAM) which can estimate the exposure of cyber risks. Then will design the Risk Analysis Ontology and Harmonization Module (RAOHM) as an internal entity of QRAM will provide useful data that will help to estimate the exposure risk.
Considering the above analysis, D3.1 (Pricing Methods and Risk Modelling) uses the methods of Task 3.1 and 3.2, delivering an analytical report on the design, implementation and evaluation of the various modules.