A major presence for the FAIR Institute at the upcoming RSA Conference June 6-9 with two days of training in the fundamentals of FAIR quantitative risk analysis and a morning seminar with Jack Jones, creator of Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR), on the future of cyber risk measurement.
Be a part of the 2022 FAIR Conference at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, D.C., on September 27 & 28. We are looking for in-person speakers who are experts in scaling and growing quantitative risk management
Thanks to all the FAIR Institute members who responded to our recent short survey letting us know how we can best serve you in 2022
Richemont is the parent to 26 luxury brands, all famous names in jewelry, watches, clothing, and accessories, each managed as a separate “Maison.” “When we wanted to compare risk within a business or across businesses, it was complicated”
Registration is open for the FAIR Institute’s 2022 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON22), September 27-28, with optional training courses pre-FAIRCON22. We are excited to be hosting FAIRCON22 back in person at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, DC
Join us on February 24th as the FAIR Institute launches the first in the 2022 FAIR Conference Series, showcasing member-led, expert use case study presentations and innovations in cyber risk quantification.
From the FAIR Conferences to the LINK discussion board to local chapter meetings, it’s the membership that gives direction to the Institute – so we’re asking for your guidance again.
Robert Herse, Information Security Manager, Quantitative Risk Management Program at Freddie Mac, the mortgage finance giant, spoke to Luke Bader, Director of Membership and Programs for the FAIR Institute on successful use of FAIR™ to change minds and open communication about risk for humans (and chickens - see below).
Rep. Jim Langevin (D-RI), a pioneer of cybersecurity legislation and oversight in Congress and an advocate for FAIR™, announced that he won’t seek re-election this year after 11 terms.
The board of the FAIR Institute sent a letter to Gary Gensler, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, calling for the SEC to direct disclosure of top cyber risks in financial terms as a “critical means to better understand the impact of cybersecurity events