A variant of the risk profile of a business model in the development of intelligent security systems

  • 1 Institute of Metal Science Equipment and Technologies with Hydro- and Aerodynamics Centre “Acad. A. Balevski” at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria


Business models (BMs) are business plans used by an organization to create, deliver, and acquire value. There is a strong need in different areas of business to develop a better understanding of BM’s risks. The appropriate risk framework would support the full range of risk management capabilities, namely identifying key risks, quantifying and, finally, managing those risks.
Therefore, in developing the organization’s BM, it is necessary to create a better understanding of the risks associated with the development of security systems. The proposal for a variant of the BM risk profile framework for the establishment of security systems is the content of this publication.



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