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Jack Jones Looks Forward into 2018 for Cyber and Technology Risk

When I was recently asked to write a blog post making cyber and technology risk predictions for 2018, I balked.  If you’ve read (and you should read)  Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction  (Dan Gardner and Philip Tetlock), you’ll understand why. 

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4 Tips to Prepare for the Open FAIR Certification Exam

What an exciting time for FAIR! In the last few months, over 250 people have been through the online and in-person FAIR analyst training course taught by the experienced FAIR consultants of RiskLens.  Many of those participants desire to obtain the Open FAIR certification.

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Meet a FAIR Institute Member: Osama Salah, Founder of the Abu Dhabi Chapter

Welcome the United Arab Emirates to the FAIR Institute’s global network—the Abu Dhabi Chapter holds its first meeting this week, thanks to the work of organizer Osama Salah.

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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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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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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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