Do you want to hear from and network with the best in cyber and operational risk management?
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.
The 2020 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON2020), the premiere global quantitative risk management conference, will be held digitally on October 6 & 7 (Tues. and Weds.).
If you’re looking to make a case for budget or other executive support for a cybersecurity program, FAIR™ model creator Jack Jones shows you the way in this webinar
During this time of virtual learning, the FAIR Institute has partnered with our Technical Advisor, RiskLens, to offer free Online FAIR™ Analysis Fundamentals Training for university students and professors.
At the FAIR™ Institute, we are dedicated to bringing together thought leaders in information and operational risk with a common vision: to gather, create, and share FAIR knowledge and best practices. One of the best ways that we reach out to members are through the Local Chapters of the FAIR Institute.
The FAIR Institute is excited to announce our second annual nomination in the 2020 Advisen Cyber Risk Awards for the category of "Cyber Risk Model of the Year."
While the beachhead for FAIR™ adoption in most organizations is on the cyber side, Michael Kenney, Vice President of Operational Risk for the Multifamily business line at Freddie Mac, the big secondary mortgage buyer, is introducing FAIR and quantification starting from the operational risk side – or, as he says with a “wider footprint.”