A lot of first-hand, from-the-field experience gets passed on in our Meet a Member video interviews with FAIR Institute members. Here’s a selection of some of the highlights.
Join me in this conversation with two of our most insightful – and experienced – FAIR practitioners: Tyanna Smith, a former risk consultant for RiskLens, and Jack Whitsitt, formerly the FAIR lead at Bank of America
Sounil Yu is an advisory board member for the FAIR Institute and CISO and Head of Research for JupiterOne, the cyber asset management platform company, and a former Chief Security Scientist for Bank of America, an early FAIR adopter.
Drew Simonis, Deputy CISO at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), co-chairs the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the FAIR Institute (along with Jodi Schmieg, Risk Manager, Cyber Security, at HPE), and is a longtime FAIR practitioner and one of our most thoughtful FAIR™ advocates.
Michael Lewis, Cyber Security and Technology Strategy Planner at Chevron and Ashish Shah, Team Lead of Cyber Security Risk Assessment and Operational Excellence at Chevron, are the Co-Chairs of the Houston Chapter of the FAIR Institute – and have a story to tell about patience and persistence
“I’ve been involved with the FAIR Institute almost from Day One,” says Chip Block, Vice President and Chief Solutions Architect at Evolver, a Converged Security Solutions Company. Chip founded the first local chapter of the FAIR Institute
Andrew Retrum is Managing Director, Global Financial Services Security & Privacy, at Protiviti and an Advisory Board Member for the FAIR Institute. He started his career at one of the big accounting firms before becoming one of the founders of Protiviti
Mary Faulkner got her education on Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) straight from the source, as a co-worker with FAIR creator Jack Jones when he was CISO at Nationwide Insurance in the early 2000s.
Meet the FAIR™ evangelist at the US Department of Agriculture, Caleb Juhnke, a contracted Senior Cyber Risk analyst, part of the leading edge introducing quantitative cyber risk analysis to the federal government