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Effective Risk Level Assessment Using Three-Dimensional Vector Visualization
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Effective Risk Level Assessment Using Three-Dimensional Vector Visualization
Lee, Ju-young; Cho, In-hyun; Lee, Jae-hee; Lee, Kyung-ho;
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 Abstract
Risk analysis is utilized in devising measures to manage information security risk to an acceptable level. In this risk management decision-making, the visualization of risk is important. However, the pre-existing risk visualization method is limited in visualizing risk factors three-dimensionally. In this paper, we propose an improved risk visualization method which can facilitate the identification of risk from the perspective of confidentiality, integrity, and availability respectively or synthetically. The proposed method is applied to an enterprise`s risk analysis in order to verify how effective it is. We argue that through the proposed method risk levels can be expressed three-dimensionally, which can be used effectively for information security decision-making process for internal controls.
 Keywords
Risk Analysis;Information Security Decision Making;3-dimensional Visualization;
 Language
Korean
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