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CPRISK ABM tool, created within the PROCRUSTES approach, is a generic Agent Based Modelling approach which aims to render the behaviour of potential threat agents against key cyber assets of a water system with specific characteristics, as well as the effects a utility’s actions can have on the threat landscape parameters.

Within the model, the potential attackers are treated as independent, autonomous agents that follow various behavioural rules to decide on their targets, perform attacks, and interact with an external environment simulating the critical nodes of water critical infrastructure.

Overall, the model simulates the opportunities and vulnerability conditions exploited by threat actors to perform cyber-attacks, based on their preferences, skills and motives.

The CPRISK ABM approach holds the capacity to properly capture and impartially represent the broader image of the emerging cyber-physical threat landscape and yield credible risk data.

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