Originally published in April, 2019, this summary matrix has now been updated to include the integration of FAIR into the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. NIST has now listed FAIR as an Informative Reference for risk management and risk assessment in the framework. Learn more in this blog post: NIST Maps FAIR to the CSF: Big Step Forward in Acceptance of Cyber Risk Quantification.
From Jack Jones, Chairman of the FAIR Institute and creator of the FAIR model for cyber risk quantification (CRQ) — the definitive guide to understanding CRQ: What it is (and isn't), its value proposition and limitations, and facts regarding the misperceptions that are commonplace.
“Executives hate surprises” begins a new white paper, Managing Cybersecurity Surprises – the Executive’s Perspective, by FAIR model creator Jack Jones, and goes on to detail the four most likely reasons that organizations get blindsided by cybersecurity failures:
One of the most significant barriers to effectively measuring and communicating about risk is the imprecise use of fundamental nomenclature.