Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) has emerged as the standard Value at Risk (VaR) framework for cybersecurity and operational risk.
The FAIR Institute is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to advancing the discipline of measuring and managing information risk.
It provides information risk, cybersecurity and business executives with the standards and best practices to help organizations measure, manage and report on information risk from the business perspective. The FAIR Institute and its community focus on innovation, education and sharing of best practices to advance FAIR and the information risk management profession.
Sep 21, 2018 3:10:44 PM
FAIR Institute Chairman Jack Jones will speak on how to apply the FAIR risk quantification model with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework for better executive decision-making at the 2018 NIST Cybersecurity Risk Management Conference
Sep 20, 2018 11:51:49 AM
For the third year, the FAIR Institute is excited and honored to announce the finalists for the 2018 FAIR Awards. The FAIR Awards honor risk management leaders for their initiative, ingenuity and contributions to information and operational risk management.
Sep 20, 2018 9:00:00 AM
“Executives hate surprises” begins a new white paper, Managing Cybersecurity Surprises – the Executive’s Perspective, by FAIR model creator Jack Jones, and goes on to detail the four most likely reasons that organizations get blindsided by cybersecurity failures:
Sep 7, 2017 3:18:43 PM
I recently had a conversation with clients around a risk analysis they conducted and noticed as they walked me through it that they seemed to get hung up on the terms “inherent risk” and “residual...Read More >>
Aug 22, 2017 8:00:00 AM
Yes, this is Cyber Risk 101, but risk analysis vs risk assessment is common confusion, so let Jack Jones explain it in an excerpt from his book Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR ApproachRead More >>
May 1, 2017 8:51:54 AM
The terms “risk appetite” and its close cousin “risk tolerance” are often poorly understood, very rarely used to good effect, and commonly used interchangeably.
Similar to the word “risk,” you will...Read More >>