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FAIR CONFERENCE 2016

Bringing leaders in information and operational risk management together to explore best FAIR practices that produce greater value and alignment with business goals, enabling cost effective decision-making and ultimately managing what matters.

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THE STANDARD QUANTITATIVE MODEL FOR INFORMATION SECURITY AND OPERATIONAL RISK

Join leading information risk, cybersecurity and business executives to collaborate on the development and the sharing of industry-leading best practices for quantifying and managing information risk.

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FAIR CONFERENCE 2016

Wake Forest University Charlotte Center – Charlotte, NC | October 14, 2016
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