Single loss expectancy: Single loss expectancy is the value connected with loss acquired from an attack. It is calculated using the value of asset and exposure factor occurred from a particular attack. Single loss expectancy is calculated by using the following formula: SLE= EF × AV Here, the term EF refers “Exposure factor” and AV refers “asset value”. Frequency of occurrence: Frequency of occurrence is how often the attack takes place.

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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337102063

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Chapter 5, Problem 4E
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Single loss expectancy:

Single loss expectancy is the value connected with loss acquired from an attack.  It is calculated using the value of asset and exposure factor occurred from a particular attack.

Single loss expectancy is calculated by using the following formula:

SLE= EF × AV

Here, the term EF refers “Exposure factor” and AV refers “asset value”.

Frequency of occurrence:

Frequency of occurrence is how often the attack takes place.

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