Index Terms—security risk assessment, mitigation analysis, bayesian belief networks, attack graph.
1 I NTRODUCTION
T RADITIONAL information security planning and man- agement begins with risk assessment that determines threats to critical resources and the corresponding loss expectancy. A number of researchers have proposed risk assessment methods by building security models of network systems, using paradigms like attack graphs , , , ,  and attack trees , , , , and then finding attack paths in these models to determine scenarios that could lead to damage. However, a majority of these models fail to consider the attacker’s capabilities and, consequently, the likelihood of a particular attack being executed. Without these considerations, threats and their impact can be easily misjudged.
Hypothesis 2 concerned the impact of no automatic stays on secured assets, with the moderated effect through attitude to risk in Hypothesis 5b. The relevant coefficients reported in column 2, 4 and 6. We do not find support for the direct effect predicted in Hypothesis 2;
the coefficients on automatic stays are insignificant in columns 2 and 4. However, we find strong support for Hypothesis 5b: no automatic stays on secured assets is strongly moderated by individual tolerance of failure. Thus, we observe in column 5 the interaction between no automatic stay and fear of failure is negative and significant at the 1% level. In Hypothesis 3, we predicted that the forced removal of management would have a negative effect on high aspiration entrepreneurs, and we find significant support for this in column 2. However, while the direction of the effect is also negative in columns 7 and 8, the estimated coefficients are not statistically significant. But the effect comes through very strongly when we consider the relationship moderated through individual attitudes to risk, in Hypothesis 5c. Thus, in column 8 the interaction of management removed with fear of failure is found to be negatively and highly significantly related (at 1% level) to high aspiration entrepreneurship.
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2 We -- these are difficult numbers to retrieve, but we 3 decided, as a group, that we did not get the -- other than 4 -- we did not get the reduction of dog bites that would 5 have led to the continuation of the muzzle order, and the - 6 - certainly the discrimination against pit bulls and their 7 owners was getting so controversial it was easier to 8 eliminate the muzzle order. Not -- I’m not going to say 9 easier. It was wiser to eliminate the muzzle order, and we 10 have eliminated the muzzle order, and we have not had an 11 increase in dog bites.
factorial of 3 correctly? Well, to compute factorial of 3 we compute factorial of 2 and multiply that by 3, so as long as we compute factorial of 2 correctly then factorial of 3 is correct (which will make factorial of 4 correct!). Do we compute factorial of 2 correctly? Well, to compute factorial of 2 we compute factorial of 1 and multiply that by 2, so as long as we compute factorial of 1 correctly then factorial of 2 is correct (which will make factorial of 3 and hence factorial of 4 both correct). Finally, do we compute factorial of 1 correctly? Yes! That’s our base case, so the correct value is simply filled in - so all intermediate results are correct, giving us the correct value for 4 factorial. That was a somewhat tedious argument, but if you think about how the correctness builds from smaller cases to bigger cases it should make sense. In later computer science classes you’ll see a way to formalize this kind of argument in what is called a proof by induction - a powerful way of reasoning about the correctness of statements and algorithms.
Chunyang Zheng, a * Dunjia Wang b and Ling Fan b
a Hubei Key Laboratory of Bioanalytical Techniques, Hubei Normal University, Huangshi 435002, People’s Republic of China, and b College of Chemistry and Environmental Engineering, Hubei Normal University, Huangshi 435002, People’s Republic of China
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3. (Inverse) If a ∈ H, then a 2 = e and so a −1 = a ∈ H.
Therefore, H is a subgroup of G.
11.53 Prove that if a finite abelian group has order a power of a prime p, then the order of every element in the group is a power of p. Can the hypothesis of commutativity be dropped? Why, or why not?
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