This last post in the series will focus on briefly summarizing and answering the thoughts/concerns posted by Martin Huddleston in his comments following Part 2. I felt this follow-up post was warranted because some readers seemed to misinterpret Martin’s comments as an indictment
Most folks are surprised to learn that the FAIR Institute just turned two, given the wide influence its activities are having in shaping modern risk management programs
We hope that you're already planning to attend FAIR Institute's annual FAIR Conference, FAIRCON18, later this year on October 16 and 17.
Reputation loss can kill a company; just look at the Weinstein Co., once a leading independent film studio, that went broke after 60+ actresses accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and assault. The resulting lawsuits and cancelled deals made the company unsaleable even after Weinstein exited.
As cyber risk poses greater long-term impact, investors and regulatory bodies are demanding a higher standard for disclosure. This post is republished from the blog at Evolver.
An interview with James Lam, Director at E*TRADE Financial, and Chair of the firm’s risk oversight committee, offers some timely advice for an era when cybersecurity has risen to the top of the agenda in the boardroom
I had heard that SIRACon, the annual event hosted by the Society of Information Risk Analysts, was one of the two big opportunities of the year to hear the best thinking – and have the best hallway conversations – about risk analysis and risk management (FAIR Institute’s FAIRCON is the other).
The North Carolina chapter of the FAIR Institute launches with a meeting on Thursday, February 22, in Charlotte, co-chaired by La’Treall Maddox of Cisco Systems, Inc., along with David Sheronas from Bank of America. La’Treall is Strategy Risk Manager for Cisco’s Security & Trust Organization (S&TO), and the leading FAIR evangelist at the company, which is making a major push on risk quantification;
The FAIR Institute is very excited to announce the upcoming launch of Link, our member community platform. The rapid growth of the FAIR Institute along with member demand for better resource accessibility and member collaboration led us to the decision to retire the current Member Resources section of the website and adopt a true member community platform.