Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Mark R. Warner (D-VA) recently issued a white paper, “Cybersecurity Is Patient Safety,” suggesting policy initiatives for the federal government to incentivize better cybersecurity practices in the healthcare sector.
“I was the classic example of the risk expert that didn’t believe” in quantification, says Jeff Norem, Vice President and Deputy CISO at Freddie Mac, the mortgage finance institution. “I was the expert doing high/medium/low assessments all day long
Hat tip to the members of the FAIR Institute who have done so much to develop FAIR™ as the standard for quantitative cyber risk analysis – and a special recognition medal to the team of volunteers who mapped the new FAIR-CAM controls analytics model
The FAIR Institute awarded Neil Davis, Head of Cyber Risk Management for Maersk, with its FAIR Champion Award for his work introducing Factor Analysis of Information Risk™ to the giant shipping company under crisis conditions.
In the six years since the FAIR Institute started, “we’ve been pioneers in making the case for better risk management,” Institute President and Founder Nick Sanna said
Cyber risk analysis must scale to meet the rising challenges of cybersecurity, and automation of quantitative analysis will get us there.
Toymaker Funko got its cyber risk quantification program up and running with a team of two – CISO Markus Kaufmann and consultant Tom Callaghan from C-Risk – by staying tightly focused
Jack Jones, creator of Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) and Chairman of the FAIR Institute, delivered a keynote address to the 2022 FAIR Conference emphasizing the fact that cyber risk measurement practices have been profoundly immature
If you’re already trained on Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) and looking to better communicate your risk analyses to stakeholders – or looking to get started in quantitative risk analysis with FAIR
At the recent 2022 FAIR Conference, David Hirsch, the Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement chief for cybersecurity, and his predecessor in the job, Kristy Littman, now in private practice at Willkie Farr & Gallagher, answered some timely questions