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A Threat Analysis Framework as Applied to Critical Infrastructures in the Energy Sector
Author:
David P. Duggan and John T. Michalski
Year:
2007
Abstract:

This document identifies and describes five key elements needed to perform a comprehensive analysis of threat: the identification of an adversary, the development of generic threat profiles, the identification of generic attack paths, the discovery of adversary intent, and the identification of mitigation strategies.

The need to protect national critical infrastructure has led to the development of a threat analysis framework. The threat analysis framework can be used to identify the elements required to quantify threats against critical infrastructure assets and provide a means of distributing actionable threat information to critical infrastructure entities for the protection of infrastructure assets.

Document Type:
Report
Source:
SNL