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2017 FAIR CONFERENCE

FAIRCON 17 is October 16 & 17 in Dallas, Texas!
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Announcing the FAIR Institute Chapter in Paris, France

The FAIR Institute is very happy to announce the founding of our newest chapter in Paris, France! The inaugural chapter meeting we will be held this fall and led by Paris Co-Chairs, Christophe Foret and Tom Callaghan of C-Risk, a consulting firm specializing in risk analysis and FAIR training.  

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Meet a FAIR Institute Member: Evan Wheeler

FAIR Institute Board Member Evan Wheeler is a veteran financial industry risk executive, author, and frequent conference speaker and panelist, particularly on the topic of risk quantification. He’s also one of the most patient and lucid explainers of the FAIR model we’ve ever heard – take a listen to the video of his presentation at the RSA Conference in February, 2017, or read his posts for the FAIR Institute blog.  

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Implementing NIST CSF? Read This First

The National Institute of Standards Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF for short) is a set of best practices recommended for businesses to protect critical IT infrastructure. Published in 2014, it’s been adopted by about one-third of large companies at least in part, as indicated by a survey of CISOs last year by Tenable Network Security.

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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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