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The 16th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security
As cybersecurity breaches continue to increase in number and cost, and the demand for cyber-insurance rises, the ability to reason accurately about an organisation's residual risk is of paramount importance. Security controls are integral to risk practice and decisionmaking: organisations deploy controls in order to reduce their risk exposure, and cyber-insurance companies provide coverage to these organisations based on their cybersecurity posture. Therefore, in order to reason about andoi:10.1145/3465481.3470095 fatcat:agmatzxh5ngxjcicglh66ejdhq