For a fresh take on getting the most out of your risk analysts and subject matter experts (SMEs), watch the video of Douglas Hubbard’s session at the 2020 FAIR Conference
James Lam, world authority on enterprise risk management and former chair of the risk oversight committee for the board of E*TRADE, has been setting a goal in FAIR Conference sessions since 2018 that cyber risk management must pull itself up to the level of enterprise risk management
The federal Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is serious about policing risk management at federally regulated banks and savings and loans – just in the last few weeks, it fined USAA Federal Savings Bank, Citigroup and Morgan Stanley a collective $545 million for risk management failures.
Get your reporting in line with board thinking – that was the overall message for CISOs from the roundtable discussion at the recent 2020 FAIR Conference, “Helping the Board Exercise Proper Cyber Risk Oversight”.
Three experienced FAIR™ CISOs (and one CIRO) got down to cases on how they introduced FAIR analysis and won acceptance for cyber risk quantification
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission keeps raising the bar for public companies on what it expects for disclosure of cyber risk
Wade Baker set an ambitious goal for this 30-minute talk from the recent FAIRCON2020: Direct the audience to a public data source for each of the factors in the FAIR™ model.
Reston, VA, Oct. 8, 2020 – The FAIR Institute, an expert, nonprofit organization led by information risk officers, CISOs and business executives to develop standard information, cybersecurity and operational risk management practices based on the Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) model, has recognized three risk management leaders with FAIR Institute Excellence Awards.
A record 2,000 registrants from more than 25 countries attended 25 sessions over two days at the virtual 2020 FAIR Conference.
Author Michele Wucker’s published her book The Gray Rhino: How to Recognize and Act on the Obvious Dangers We Ignore in 2016 but it really took off in the US this year.