Interested in building a state-of-the-art information risk management course at your university? Join us for the FAIR University Curriculum Virtual Panel Webinar on Friday, February 23rd, at 1 PM EST.
The FAIR Institute is very excited to announce that the we will be hosting the third annual FAIR Conference (FAIRCON18) at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on October 16 -17, 2018.
We are happy to announce that the annual FAIR Institute Breakfast Meeting during the RSA Conference 2018, will be held in downtown San Francisco from 7:30 - 10 AM on April 18, 2018.
Earlier this month, The FAIR Institute partnered with The Open Group to submit comments and recommendations to the draft version 1.1 of NIST's Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF). The NIST CSF and its Framework Core were created in 2014 to provide guidance on how organizations can better “Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover” when assessing cyber threats.
The FAIR Institute has seen fantastic growth in 2017 and we would like to thank all of our members and partners for helping to spread the message of FAIR.
If you haven't tried out the new and free FAIR-U Tool for performing single FAIR-based risk analyses, check out our new demo video below. This brief tutorial video will give you an oversight into the tool and provide key tips and insights for running your own analysis.
The FAIR Institute is excited to announce the founding of our newest chapter in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates! The Abu Dhabi Chapter will hold its Inaugural Meeting on Monday, December 11.
The cyber and technology risk profession continues to evolve many of its practices. Because of this, new and unanswered questions reveal themselves, such as:
- How mature is the profession today?
- Where are we weakest/strongest?
- Which improvements in maturity are likely to matter most?
- How do we rate against others in our industry?
Becoming FAIR Trained and Certified will change how you, your team, and your organization view and act on risk. Fully understanding and implementing the FAIR model makes risk professionals into business-aligned leaders, showing their organizations the way to better, more informed and cost-effective decision-making.