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.
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.
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 2017 FAIR Conference is less than a month away and there are only 10 days left to secure your spot at discount pricing, ending September 30.
Since our founding, The FAIR Institute has received an increasing number of requests to create an information risk management course based on FAIR. We are responding to those personal requests, and to a market demand, to help create risk analysts who are well trained and well versed in quantitative risk analysis.
FAIR Institute Board Member Wade Baker started the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), the granddaddy of cybersecurity incident reporting, and still the leading source of hard data on the threat landscape.
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.
Attention: the FAIR model we know and love has a fresh new look!
Originally created by Jack Jones, the FAIR model provides a standard taxonomy and ontology for information and operational risk. This refreshed resource is conveniently paired with key definitions; a list of various forms of loss to account for in your risk modeling; key steps to analysis scoping; and tips for calibration.