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Title: Port Security Risk Assessment Tool (PSRAT)

Author: Tony Regalbuto Chief, Office of International & Domestic Port Security Assessments

United States Coast Guard

Economy: USA

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Port Security Risk Assessment Tool (PSRAT): Relative risk ranking tool that enables users to assess infrastructure geographically.

How does PSRAT work?

PSRAT converts subjective evaluations into quantitative risk values.

Uses the equation:

Risk = Threat x Consequence x Vulnerability

Threats, Consequences, and Vulnerabilities are assessed for specific attack scenarios.

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The tool is a Microsoft Access 2000 based application.

Input screens are used to capture data needed for analysis.

All data is stored in the Access database.

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Target

Scenario

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PSRAT as a risk management tool can help:

Identify critical infrastructure

Estimate the effectiveness of countermeasures

Define risk management strategies

Allocate resources

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https://homeport.uscg.mil

Click on the IPS Program link