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Create a Forward-Looking Risk Register to Anticipate Supply Chain Attacks - Part 2 of  'Modeling the Vulnerability du Jour'

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 6, 2023 10:08:43 AM / by Tony Martin-Vegue posted in Risk Management, Member Content

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With supply-chain attacks very much in the news – see the Apache Log4j vulnerability or the 3CX VoIP software compromise – we’re bringing back into view this post by FAIR thought leader Tony Martin-Vegue on how to leverage a risk register to prepare for emerging risks.

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Meltdown, Spectre, Heartbleed - Risk Modeling the Vulnerability du Jour, Part 1: Framing

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 30, 2021 2:23:57 PM / by Tony Martin-Vegue posted in Member Content

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Every few months or so, we hear about a widespread vulnerability or cyber attack that makes its way to mainstream news. Some get snappy nicknames and their very own logos

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Tony Martin-Vegue’s Recipe for Passing the OpenFAIR Exam

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 29, 2020 9:02:38 AM / by Tony Martin-Vegue posted in FAIR Training

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Passing and obtaining the OpenGroup’s OpenFAIR certification is a big career booster for information risk analysts. Not only does it look good on your CV, it demonstrates your mastery of FAIR

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Aggregating Expert Opinion: Simple Averaging Method in Excel

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 15, 2019 10:53:37 AM / by Tony Martin-Vegue posted in FAIR

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"Expert judgment has always played a large role in science and engineering. Increasingly, expert judgment is recognized as just another type of scientific data …" -Goossens et al., “Application and Evaluation of an Expert Judgment Elicitation Procedure for Correlations

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Aggregating Expert Opinion in Risk Analysis: An Overview of Methods

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 23, 2019 8:02:31 AM / by Tony Martin-Vegue posted in FAIR, Risk Management

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Expert elicitation is simple to define, but difficult to effectively use given its complexities. Most of us already use some form of expert elicitation while performing a risk analysis whenever we ask someone their opinion on a particular data point. The importance of using a structured methodology for collecting and aggregating expert opinion is understated in risk analysis
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Black Swans in Risk: Myth, Reality and Bad Metaphors

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 19, 2018 12:00:00 PM / by Tony Martin-Vegue posted in FAIR, Risk Management

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The term “Black Swan event” has been part of the risk management lexicon since its coinage in 2007 by Nassim Taleb in his eponymous book titled The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable.

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