Four C-level cybersecurity executives sat down at the recent FAIR Conference for a panel discussion on what they’ve learned about resilience during the pandemic.
FAIR™ (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) got its foothold at HPE, the cloud products and services vendor, in the cybersecurity team, but the results of quantitative risk analysis looked so good, FAIR is now being handed off to enterprise risk management (ERM) to roll out organization-wide.
John A. Wheeler, Global Research Leader - Risk Management Technology at Gartner, gave the Day Two keynote address to the 2021 FAIR Conference with a look at how the pandemic era has changed the expectations of boards and business leaders for risk management.
Day Two of the 2021 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON21) offered a widely diverse agenda with actionable tips and teachable insights from the forefront of the FAIR movement. But the centerpiece was the this-changes-everything speech by FAIR standard creator Jack Jones introducing the FAIR Controls Analytics Model™ (FAIR-CAM™)
The FAIR Institute announced the winners of the annual Excellence Awards for 2021, honoring three leaders in advancing the discipline of measuring and managing cyber and operational risk:
The 2021 FAIR Conference kicked off two days of intensive presentations, case studies and panel discussions exploring every angle of the topic most on the mind of CISOs and risk managers this year: resilience.
The 2021 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON21), October 19-20, the premiere, global, quantitative risk management conference, packs a lot into two days, with tracks for FAIR beginners and advanced practitioners
Is implementing a Zero Trust framework on your security roadmap? For many organizations, it’s top-of-mind but understanding what is involved with adopting this mindset and corresponding initiatives can be a daunting task.
If you’re still using cost-per-record as your model for loss in a data breach, you need to attend this session at the upcoming FAIR Conference (FAIRCON21):
“The foundation is really important for the growth and maturity of a FAIR program, even if it takes a long time for people to be convinced about risk quantification.”