The 2021 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON21), October 19-20, the premiere, global, quantitative risk management conference, packs a lot into two days, with tracks for FAIR beginners and advanced practitioners
Tony Martin-Vegue, San Francisco Chapter Co-Chair, member of the quant risk team at Netflix, and one of the best FAIR™ educators we know, leads a webinar designed to answer the two most common questions from beginners at Factor Analysis of Information Risk:
Krebs On Security, the website of security researcher Brian Krebs…banks and post offices in New Zealand…Internet infrastructure provider Cloudflare…Russian Internet search company Yandex – all slammed in recent weeks
In an extensive white paper, Evan Wheeler, FAIR Institute Advisory Board Member and VP of Risk Management at Fintech firm NVDR, makes a strong case for the importance of data quality, integrity, and usability as core tenets of the data governance process
Our summer of discussing the FAIR book, Measuring and Managing Risk, wraps up with a discussion guide for Chapter 12 (Risk Management), Chapter 13 (Information Security Metrics) and Chapter 14 (Implementing Risk Management). Download the guide now.
Know how to carefully QA a FAIR quantitative risk analysis, double-checking your inputs for magnitude and frequency? Know how to draw an estimate out of a reluctant SME?
This week in our reading of Measuring and Managing Information Risk, the book about Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™), we cover Chapter 8 (Risk Analysis Examples) and Chapter 9 (Thinking about Risk Scenarios Using FAIR)
The respected annual Cost of a Data Breach Report from IBM recommends Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) as one of the steps to “help minimize financial impacts of a data breach” and presents a case study of IBM’s own use of FAIR to quantify risk at a a financial institution.
We have a deep bench of organizations practicing Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) represented by the 11,000+ members of the FAIR Institute. Here’s a small sample of public and private enterprises that have shared details on their FAIR programs with our membership.
This week, it’s Chapter 6 (Analysis Process) and 7 (Understanding Results) in Measuring and Managing Information Risk, the FAIR book, and we’re getting hands-on with a working knowledge of quantitative cyber risk analysis. But first...