Since the founding of the FAIR Institute in February 2016, there has been amazing growth in our community. We are proud to announce today that the FAIR Institute has reached the milestone of 10,000 members in under 5 years.
The FAIR Institute and HITRUST® launched an effort to integrate FAIR™, the international standard for cyber risk quantification, with the HITRUST CSF, the cybersecurity controls framework in use at hundreds of thousands of organizations, including 75% of Fortune 200 companies.
The virtual 2020 FAIR Conference is next week, and we are very excited! FAIRCON2020 has an amazing variety of different speakers from expert industry veterans and thought leaders, to first-time FAIR™ users and beginners.
The Kansas City Chapter of the FAIR Institute (that’s chapter #23!) co-chaired by Michael Kromm, IT Risk Manager at Kansas City Southern, and Michael Meis, Global Infosec Risk Manager for H&R Block, officially launches with its first (virtual) meeting September 15, 2:30 PM CDT.
The FAIR Institute’s technical partner, RiskLens, joined us for a sponsored webinar to introduce Rapid Risk Assessment, a new capability on the RiskLens platform that brings high speed and high volume to FAIR™ analysis.
Over the years, we’ve had many great posts written for the FAIR Institute blog by FAIR Institute members. And we’re convinced there are more like these out there waiting to be written:
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The 2020 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON2020), the premiere global conference for quantitative risk management, will be held digitally on October 6 & 7 (Tues. and Wed.). FAIRCON2020 will provide groundbreaking keynote addresses, engaging C-suite panels, and expert case study sessions through a cutting edge virtual event platform.
Vienna, VA – June 30th - ISSA, the prominent global association for cyber professionals, is pleased to announce a strategic alliance with the FAIR Institute as part of the overall vision of expanding educational resources to the Cyber and IT community.
The FAIR Institute is dedicated to encouraging the community to focus on innovation, education and sharing of best practices to advance the FAIR™ cyber risk model and the risk management profession.