FAIR Institute leaders and members like to practice critical thinking and questioning conventional wisdom, and those skill sets can generate a steady supply of fresh insights
In our recent member survey, we asked “please rank the areas in which you would like to learn or sharpen your FAIR-related skills.” Taking a cue from the results, here is a short study guide covering the topics of most educational interest to the FAIR Institute membership.
Thanks to all the FAIR Institute members who responded to our recent short survey letting us know how we can best serve you in 2022
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed amendments to its rules that would require reporting on cyber risk in a fast, “consistent, comparable and decision-useful manner,” as SEC Chair Gary Gensler said – a goal that effectively calls for regulated public companies to run a cyber risk management program based on risk quantification
From the FAIR Conferences to the LINK discussion board to local chapter meetings, it’s the membership that gives direction to the Institute – so we’re asking for your guidance again.
The board of the FAIR Institute sent a letter to Gary Gensler, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, calling for the SEC to direct disclosure of top cyber risks in financial terms as a “critical means to better understand the impact of cybersecurity events
2021 was another standout year for the FAIR Institute, as we continued to spread and expand the message of FAIR™ (Factor Analysis of Information Risk), even if still through virtual events. With the community now over 12,000 members worldwide, we are poised for an extremely successful 2022!
Get ready to show off your FAIR Institute pride! We are excited to announce the launch of FAIR Wear, the FAIR Institute shop. This is our brand new online store where members can purchase some swag to show their commitment to our mission.
The FAIR™ movement recently passed three milestones:
In an agreement announced today, IBM joins the sponsors of the FAIR Institute, the nonprofit organization educating the business, technical and academic communities on Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™).