On July 16, join the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM) and the FAIR Institute for a webinar that will explain how federal agencies can better meet the requirements of policies to adopt a risk-based approach to cybersecurity
If you were among the 700 RSA Conference attendees who sat in on one of the two half-day seminars introducing FAIR™, led by Jack Jones and Jack Freund (photo), co-authors of the FAIR book, you got a good look at the power of the FAIR model
RSA Conference 2020 included FAIR™ among one of the top ten trends in cybersecurity, based on the 2,400 speaker applications for this year. The RSAC 2020 Trend Report’s #7 trending theme “Frameworks, Frameworks, Frameworks” covered FAIR and the NIST CSF (which this year added FAIR to its recommended resources).
We are hosting multiple FAIR™ Analysis Fundamentals Training Courses throughout the year and across the country. Take advantage of one of these excellent opportunities to work with expert trainers in person
With the explosive growth of the Institute over the past years, we have seen a shift in the industry from “can risk be quantified?” to “how do we build a quantitative risk management program?”
Further, we have seen members come from organizations all over the world and from many different industry verticals.
If you’re in cyber risk management for a financial institution, here’s an opportunity to hear the latest thinking from regulators at the Fed, and from FAIR Institute Chairman and FAIR model creator Jack Jones – The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond hosts an all-day Cyber Risk Workshop in Charlotte on Nov. 20 (see the details here).
Attendees at the FAIR Institute Breakfast during the recent Gartner Summit on Security and Risk Management heard tales of three successful FAIR cyber risk quantification programs from Matthew Martin of LPL Financial, Robert Immella of Key Bank and, lastly, Musso Shaikh, Program Manager, Cyber Threat Intelligence, at Fannie Mae, the big provider of mortgage financing.
Join some of the world's leading CISOs for an engaging cyber risk discussion at Black Hat in Las Vegas, August 7, focused on enabling cybersecurity professionals to measure the effectiveness of their security initiatives and prioritize them based on business impact.
The FAIR Institute is hosting an exclusive Board of Directors Dinner in Washington DC on Sept. 23rd, 2019, as many board members descend into town for the NACD Global Board Leaders' summit.
On June 18, join a distinguished group of cyber risk executives and fellow FAIR Institute members, many in town for the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2019, as they discuss "Tips and Best Practices on How to Build a Quantitative Risk Management Program With FAIR."