As a FAIR Enablement Specialist, I have the opportunity to speak with members of the FAIR Institute on a regular basis. One common theme I hear is the need to improve their skillset and understand the FAIR™ (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) model better.
Como FAIR Enablement Specialist, tengo la oportunidad de hablar con miembros del Instituto FAIR de manera frecuente. Un tema común que escucho es la necesidad de mejorar su conjunto de habilidades y comprender mejor el modelo FAIR™ (Factor Analysis of Information Risk).
Again this year, the FAIR Institute has a major presence at the RSA Conference, April 24-27 in San Francisco, with two seminars led by cyber risk quantification authority Jack Jones
As a recent report from Forrester noted, cyber risk quantification (CRQ) is the way that security and risk professionals “engage in more meaningful cyber risk discussions with the business” and FAIR™ (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) is the “most popular” methodology
If you’re already trained on Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) and looking to better communicate your risk analyses to stakeholders – or looking to get started in quantitative risk analysis with FAIR
If you’re considering training in Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) and wondering what the experience is like, we’ve got the authority right here: Bernadette Dunn, Head of Education for RiskLens, who leads many of the FAIR classes for beginners and the advanced.
Just starting with the fundamentals of Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) or looking to accelerate an established FAIR quantitative risk management program into hyperdrive, you’ll find a training course to meet your objectives
Looking for a Quantitative Cyber Risk Specialist, a Risk Quantification Analyst or even a Senior Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) Analyst?
Learn the basics of Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) and the case for risk quantification from FAIR creator Jack Jones, see FAIR analysis in action and hear practical tips