FAIR Institute Chairman and FAIR model creator Jack Jones started his keynote for the 2019 FAIR Conference at National Harbor, MD, with a question: “What’s the cost of a $5 million risk management program?” all in with salaries, services, technology, etc. Much more than you think, Jack pointed out.
We’re looking forward to seeing you – and the rest of the worldwide FAIR community of innovative thinkers and doers in the fields of cyber, technology and operational risk – Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, September 24 -25, at the 2019 FAIR Conference
We are very pleased to announce that Douglas W. Hubbard, whose original thinking on measuring risk has been a building block of Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR), will speak at the 2019 FAIR Conference, September 24-25. Doug’s topic “How to Measure Risk with Limited and Messy Data: Overcoming the Myths”
Using the FAIR model, forward-thinking CISOs are applying quantitative financial analysis of cyber risk to the recommendations generated by the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. FAIR analysis shows how to prioritize among the recommended best practices in the CSF to maximize investment
The FAIR Institute, in partnership with RiskLens, RSA, RiskRecon, CyberVista, and Protiviti, is launching the 2019 Risk Management Maturity Survey, an opportunity for cyber and information risk professionals to rate their risk management practices and benchmark their organizations against their peers.
FAIRCON19 next month will bring together the world’s top practitioners of FAIR (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) and most creative thinkers in cyber and operational risk management. We already introduced you to 7 Interesting People You’ll Meet at the 2019 FAIR Conference– here are 5 more
Just published on Healthcare Innovation, Where Cybersecurity and Business Align: One CISO’s High-Level Perspective, profiles CISO Omar Khawaja’s success at introducing FAIR to Highmark Health, a leading healthcare delivery and insurance organization.
Do you want to hear from and network with the best in cyber and operational risk management – and learn about the worldwide movement to risk quantification? (Data point: FAIR Institute membership approaching 6,000.)
Hosted by the FAIR Institute, the 2019 FAIR Conference brings leaders in information security, risk management, government, and academia together to explore best practices for FAIR adoption that produce greater value and alignment with business goals.