The FAIR Institute hosted its annual FAIR Breakfast in San Francisco in conjunction with the RSA Conference, featuring a panel of experienced FAIR practitioners. Scroll down the page for the videos – watch for a wealth of tips on starting and running a quantitative risk analysis program.
Early adopters (2011) and still on the cutting edge of FAIR practice – that’s the team led by Roland Cloutier Corporate VP and Global Chief Security Officer at ADP, the giant payroll processor.
A busy week at the RSA Conference for the FAIR Institute. Tuesday at the SC Awards ceremony, the FAIR Institute received the extraordinary honor of being named one of the Most Important Industry Organizations of the Last 30 Years.
SC Media honored the FAIR Institute as one of the three "Most Important Industry Organizations of the Last 30 Years" at the 2019 SC Awards ceremony last night in San Francisco during the RSA Conference.
Second in a series of interviews of attendees at last year’s FAIR Conference, we asked three FAIR Institute members for quick notes on their experiences getting started and proving the value in cyber risk quantification.
FAIR Institute Memberships and Programs Director Luke Bader sat down with Jack Freund, Cyber Risk Director for TIAA and co-author with Jack Jones of Measuring and Managing Information Risk: a FAIR Approach, for a quick but wide-ranging conversation.
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"Cooking is like painting or writing a song. Just as there are only so many notes or colors, there are only so many flavors - it's how you combine them that sets you apart." - Wolfgang Puck
I like this quote as I think it actually can draw comparisons to talented risk analysts.
Yesterday, while speaking to a university cybersecurity class, I was accused of being pedantic when I pointed out a problem with the phrase “The risk of that impact…”