Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT)


The Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) identifies the threats to which healthcare organizations are exposed to and quantifies the risk caused by a wide variety of threats during data exchange. It also identifies existing and planned controls for risk treatment and determines the potential impact of detected cyber threats on components (end-users’ assets) involved in the process of data exchange among multiple healthcare organizations. Moreover, it provides business values (i.e., quantitative scores) associated to the organization, their assets, their risk models and the confidentiality, integrity and availability consequences of these threats against the healthcare business operations.


Additional resources

Deliverable   D4.1 Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (to be published)
Paper        Gonzalez-Granadillo, Gustavo, Sofia Anna Menesidou, Dimitrios Papamartzivanos, Ramon Romeu, Diana Navarro-Llobet, Caxton Okoh, Sokratis Nifakos, Christos Xenakis, and Emmanouil Panaousis. "Automated cyber and privacy risk management toolkit." Sensors 21, no. 16 (2021): 5493.
Asset page     CAT on the Horizon Results Platform
Demo video   https:/




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