The second day of the 2018 FAIR Conference at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh was all about digging deeper to show in action the benefits for which FAIR and quantitative cyber and operational risk analysis are known: clarifying communication about risk up and down the chain of command and showing the ROI of difficult investment decisions such as buying cyber insurance.
At the 2018 FAIR Conference at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh yesterday, the FAIR Institute announced the winners of the annual FAIR awards honoring three leaders in cyber and operational risk management and security for their roles advancing business-aligned and data-driven cultures in their organizations and the profession.
The 2018 FAIR Conference kicked off at Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh with a session-packed day that was a crash course in strategizing and implementing a risk-based, business-aligned security strategy. Some highlights:
Jack Jones, FAIR Institute Chairman and creator of the FAIR model, gave a wide-ranging keynote speech for the 2018 FAIR Conference on “The Next Frontier in Risk Management”, that was both a candid look at the challenges faced by the risk profession and a call to action to move up to true risk management maturity.
The leading edge of operational and cyber risk management runs through Pittsburgh next week, at the 2018 FAIR Conference, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 16 and 17.
In a press release today, the FAIR Institute announced agenda details for the upcoming 2018 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON18), October 16-17, at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh – and pledged to make the event "movement central" for cyber risk economics
For the third year, the FAIR Institute is excited and honored to announce the finalists for the 2018 FAIR Awards. The FAIR Awards honor risk management leaders for their initiative, ingenuity and contributions to information and operational risk management.
It’s an annual event – the enterprise risk management team or the CFO reaches out to the CISO or CIO when it’s time to renew cyber insurance coverage. They ask for the same information as last year:
It’s a powerful concept in innovation laid out in the Jobs to Be Done theory: Know what your user hopes to accomplish and provide the solution to that specific need. In planning the 2018 FAIR Conference (October 16-17, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh), the FAIR Institute built the conference agenda with an eye on the jobs that conference attendees (and their organizations) need to get done.
Earlier this week, I was in Pittsburgh for a final walk-through and beginning to put the final touches on the 2018 FAIR Conference at Carnegie Mellon University. FAIRCON18, taking place on October 16-17, is going to be a fantastic event