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.
If you practice risk management in a regulated industry, particularly finance, you’ll want to watch this video of a discussion at the recent FAIR Conference 2017 in Dallas that brought together veteran regulators from the Federal Reserve and Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), plus an insurance company attorney and privacy officer.
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.
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.
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.
Recognized by the National Institute of Standards (NIST) and the Payment Cards Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard as a standard model for information security and operational risk analysis…used by risk managers at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Chevron, and other sophisticated cybersecurity teams…the FAIR model (that’s Factor Analysis of Information Risk) is rapidly catching on among organizations urgently looking for a better way to measure risk and enable well-informed decision-making.
Join Jack Jones, Chairman of the FAIR Institute, and Steve Schlarman, GRC Strategist from RSA, for an enlightening webinar discussion this coming Tuesday, Dec. 5. Together they will explore key findings from the 2017 Risk Management Maturity Benchmark Study conducted earlier this year, and shed some light on relevant questions your organization might have, such as:
Army documents marked Top Secret…data on 14 million Verizon customers…voter information on 198 million Americans…Just a few of the recent reports on data breaches—or open data discovered by security researchers before a breach occurred—on Amazon S3 “buckets”.
Whether you’ve just been introduced to FAIR, recently completed RiskLens’ FAIR training, or learned about FAIR through self-study, pursuing the Open FAIR Certification is a worthwhile goal. As more large companies and regulatory bodies accept FAIR as a leading methodology for quantitatively analyzing risk, the Open FAIR Certification is becoming increasingly valuable.
FAIR leaders from Walmart, Chevron and Hewlett Packard Enterprise sat down with FAIR creator Jack Jones for a panel discussion at the recent FAIR Conference 2017 to talk over the unavoidable mindset changes that go along with successfully introducing the FAIR risk model to an organization.