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A Crash Course on Capturing Loss Magnitude with the FAIR Model

In the FAIR model for risk analysis, Loss Magnitude—i.e. the monetary impact of a loss event—is bucketed in six Forms of Loss: Productivity, Response, Replacement, Competitive Advantage, Fines & Judgements, and Reputation.

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ADP's Roland Cloutier and Bank of America's David Sheronas Honored with 2017 FAIR Awards

Two pioneers of quantitative risk management based on the FAIR risk model were honored by their peers in information and operations risk this week at the FAIR Institute's 2017 FAIR Conference in Dallas.

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Jack Jones’ Top 10 Blog Posts

Jack Jones…creator of the FAIR model (that’s Factor Analysis of Information Risk)…author of  the FAIR book Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach…chairman of the FAIR Institute…and the leading evangelist for effective risk measurement based on critical thinking.  For a quick education on Jack’s thinking and the FAIR approach to risk, check out this reading list of Jack’s 10 most popular writings on the FAIR Institute blog.

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5 Must Read Books to Jumpstart Your Career in Risk Management

What are the must have resources for people new to operational and cyber risk? This list outlines what books I would recommend to new analyst or manager.

They’re not ranked by which book is best....

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NIST CSF & FAIR - Part 1

The question often arises, “How is FAIR different from (or better than) a framework like NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework (CSF)?” The simple answer is: FAIR isn’t inherently better or worse; it is...

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What is a Cyber Value-at-Risk Model?

Over the past year, executive teams and board members across multiple industries have started to ask questions more forcefully about the risk posed by cybersecurity attacks. They are no longer...

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