1. Introduction
    1. Licensing
    2. System Requirements
    3. Setup and Installation
  2. Getting Started
    1. Creating the Database
    2. RM Studio Users/Contacts
    3. Email Configuration
    4. Web Module Setup
    5. Web Module Update
  3. Navigating RM Studio
    1. Main Menu
      1. Save Function
      2. Import External Data
        1. Import Assets
      3. Clear User Cache
      4. Security
      5. Properties
      6. Languages
      7. Registration
      8. User Manual
      9. Manage Checkouts
      10. About
      11. Application Style
    2. Navigation Tree
    3. Tabs
    4. The Grid
    5. Context & Flow
  4. Common Entities
    1. Business Entities
      1. Asset Details - Basic Information tab
      2. Asset Details - Risks tab
      3. Asset Details - Categories tab
      4. Asset Details - Business Entities tab
    2. Contacts
    3. Teams
    4. Categories
    5. Assets
    6. Threats
    7. Standards/Controls
      1. How to: Standards, Regulations, Controls
      2. Standards Implementation Comparison
    8. Documents
  5. Gap Analysis
    1. How to: Gap Analysis
    2. Reporting
  6. Risk Assessment
    1. How to: Risk Assessment
      1. Working with Assets
      2. Evaluation Values
      3. Evaluating Risks
      4. Various Definitions
      5. Risk Assessment Reporting
    2. Evaluation Templates
    3. Risk Owner Web Solution
  7. Web Module
    1. Dashboard
    2. My Tasks
    3. Reports
    4. Standards/Regulations
    5. Documents
    6. Incidents
    7. Risk Owner Web Solution
  8. Control Maturity and Effectiveness Assessment
    1. Control Assessment Templates
    2. Reporting
  9. Risk Treatment
    1. How to: Risk Treatment
      1. Risk Treatment Templates
      2. Risk Criteria
      3. Asset Level
      4. Controls Tab
      5. Scheduling a Future Control
      6. Future Controls Tab
      7. Overview
      8. Reload Assets, Threats and Controls
    2. Risk Treatment Reports
  10. STPA
    1. STPA Projects
    2. Models and Diagrams
      1. How to: Create CS Models
      2. How to: Create CS Diagram
        1. Diagram Elements
    3. Analyses
      1. How to: Define Purpose of Analysis
      2. Losses
      3. Hazards
      4. Relationship
      5. Constraints
      6. How to: Identify UCAs
      7. How to: Identify Loss Scenarios
    4. Reporting
    5. Global Properties
  11. Business Continuity Management Module
    1. Organization
      1. New Organization
      2. Stakeholders
      3. Resources/Processes
        1. Impact Analysis
        2. Requirements
    2. Incident Response/Recovery
      1. Associated Threats
      2. Plans
        1. Steps
      3. Maintenance
        1. Test plans
        2. Test Results
    3. Templates
    4. Maintenance
    5. Reports BCM
  12. Database Settings
    1. Database Upgrade
    2. Add Existing
    3. Remove
    4. Migrate
    5. Backup
    6. Restore
  13. Glossary
  14. Calculations

10.3.6.How to: Identify UCAs

Describe how to perform Step 1

Describe the meaning of Safe, n/A, Unsafe

The N/A, Safe, and Unsafe statuses determine the state of the assessment of the Keyword for the selection Control Action:

N/A means that the Keyword is not applicable to the Control Action where the situation (better word?) described by the Keyword will never occur.

Safe means that the extraordinary situation described by the Keyword will not cause any System Level Hazards even if it does occur.

Unsafe means that there will be System Level Hazards when the situation described by the Keyword occurs.

Describe the “clear” button

The “Clear” button is used to reset the state of a Keyword Assessment and it will delete everything that has been added to it, such as the Justification of why it is N/A or Safe, and all the UCAs if it is Unsafe.

Describe the motivation for the justification field

The Justification field is used to description why the Keyword is N/A or Safe for the Control Action.

Describe how to capture UCA’s

If the Keyword Assessment for a Control Action is Unsafe, a separate list will be available for creating UCAs. Empty UCAs can be created via the Toolbar for the list and they will be automatically selected for edit in the UCA Detail Panel below the Keyword Assessment Panel.

Describe how to link to system level hazards

UCAs should be linked to at least one System Level Hazard using the selection list on the right-hand side of the UCA Detail Panel to define its actual relation to which System Level Hazards may occur if the situation described by the Keyword occurs during its Control Action.

Describe how to link to constraints

UCAs can also be linked to Constraints that may be derived as a countermeasure for the occurrence of the situation described by the Keyword.

Describe how to copy/cut/paste UCAs

The clipboard features such as copy, cut, and paste, are enabled between all the separate UCA lists for the Keywords. This allows duplicating UCAs under the same Keyword, or copying UCAs from one Keyword to another. This is done using the common keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+C, Ctrl+X, and Ctrl+V, or via the Context Menu for the lists.

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