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===DIESIS Definition===
 
Tool to design attack trees that can be used to generate &rarr; [[fault behaviours]].
 
Tool to design attack trees that can be used to generate &rarr; [[fault behaviours]].
 
The attack tool allows the editing of &rarr; [[attack trees]], generates all possible
 
The attack tool allows the editing of &rarr; [[attack trees]], generates all possible
 
fault behaviours and allows the user to modify the results.
 
fault behaviours and allows the user to modify the results.
  
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Revision as of 08:39, 10 June 2014


Definitions

Official European Definition

Other International Definitions

United Nations’ Definition

National Definitions

Standard Definition

DIESIS Definition

Tool to design attack trees that can be used to generate → fault behaviours. The attack tool allows the editing of → attack trees, generates all possible fault behaviours and allows the user to modify the results.

Discussion Topic

See also

Notes


References