Quantifying risk in financial terms in an e-transaction

Publisher:
IEEE
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
2006 IEEE international conference on industrial informatics, 2006, pp. 587 - 592
Issue Date:
2006-01
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An outcome of risk is the possible loss that could incur in an interaction. In a peer-to-peer financial interaction, the possible loss that could incur is usually the financial loss in the resources of the trusting agent that are involved in the interaction. Hence, a consideration for the trusting agent to analyze the risk in interacting with any probable trusted agent in order to decide whether to interact with it or not, is to determine the potential loss in its resources that may occur. In this paper, we will propose a methodology by which the trusting agent can determine beforehand the possible loss that could be incurred to it as a result of interacting with a probable trusted agent.
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