I want to take a moment to reflect on where the FAIR™ movement stands as we begin the New Year. I believe we are right now at a turning point, headed for far-reaching improvements in cyber risk management
To judge by our list of most popular blog posts published in 2020, FAIR Institute members are most interested in growing their analytical and business skill sets
Since the founding of the FAIR Institute in February 2016, there has been amazing growth in our community. We are proud to announce today that the FAIR Institute has reached the milestone of 10,000 members in under 5 years.
Vienna, VA – June 30th - ISSA, the prominent global association for cyber professionals, is pleased to announce a strategic alliance with the FAIR Institute as part of the overall vision of expanding educational resources to the Cyber and IT community.
The FAIR Institute is dedicated to encouraging the community to focus on innovation, education and sharing of best practices to advance the FAIR™ cyber risk model and the risk management profession.
The FAIR Institute is dedicated to being a welcoming place for all information security professionals to join, learn, and network with one another. As a community composed of professionals of all nationalities, races, genders, and religions, we believe there is an innate responsibility to stand up against hate, racism, and bigotry
The FAIR Institute is excited to announce our second annual nomination in the 2020 Advisen Cyber Risk Awards for the category of "Cyber Risk Model of the Year."
Tom Callaghan and Christophe Foret pioneered FAIR™ in Europe, both as founders of the Paris Chapter of the Institute and of consulting firm C-Risk, the European leader in cyber risk quantification services.
The FAIR Institute is excited and honored to welcome Cisco Systems, Inc. as our newest Institute-wide sponsor. This strategic sponsorship includes collaboration on thought leadership & educational materials
Welcome the St. Louis Chapter to the FAIR™ Institute, with a kickoff meeting on March 10, thanks to the organizational efforts of Co-Chairs Nathan Thomack, Manager of Cyber Risk Management at Emerson, and Nick Corzine, Manager of Quantitative Risk Analysis at Centene.