The FAIR Institute hosted its annual FAIR Breakfast in San Francisco in conjunction with the RSA Conference, featuring a panel of experienced FAIR practitioners. Scroll down the page for the videos – watch for a wealth of tips on starting and running a quantitative risk analysis program.
For the past three years, the FAIR Institute has been leading the charge in changing the risk management industry and promoting better practices in information security and operational risk with Factor Analysis of Information Risk – FAIR.
Every security organization is looking for insight into whether it’s headed in the right direction, but many get distracted by easy outs, like checking off boxes on a list of best practices and mistaking that for true maturity. FAIR Institute Chairman Jack Jones sets a higher standard of maturity
In the past five months, the FAIR Institute has been growing as the fastest pace yet! In under three years since the founding of the Institute, membership has now officially surpassed 4,000 members and we gained our most recent 1,000 members in only 5 months.
A very positive review of FAIR from The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ Pro Cybersecurity Cyber Daily newsletter (subscription required) in a recent article profiling Charles Schwab’s implementation of a FAIR program: “Companies are moving to deploy methods to calculate the financial impact of cyber threats.
The FAIR Institute is excited to announce the launch of our newest chapter–the 14th worldwide--in Johannesburg. The inaugural meeting will be Friday, October 12.
The FAIR Institute welcomes Dr. Zulfikar Ramzan, CTO of RSA Security, to the Board of the Institute. If you’ve heard Zully speak at an RSA event (or seen his Chalk Talk videos), you know him as a big-picture thinker on cybersecurity based on unusually broad career experience
This is what a movement looks like. Membership in the FAIR Institute has now passed 3,000, about double the level of a year ago, as cyber risk quantification wins converts across industries
Most folks are surprised to learn that the FAIR Institute just turned two, given the wide influence its activities are having in shaping modern risk management programs