West campus advisory board is building a cyber workforce for the future.
Originaly published December 5, 2017 by Arizona State University
Results show low risk management maturity levels regardless of industry or organization size; findings suggest cyber and technology risk managers may be going through the motions of risk management without addressing the fundamentals of well-informed decision-making or reliable execution.
Originally published November 20, 2017 by Globe Newswire
The FAIR Institute, an expert non-profit organization led by information risk officers, CISOs and business executives to develop standard information risk management practices, today announced the launch of FAIR-U, a web application to help users run risk analysis based on FAIR (Factor Analysis of Information Risk), the only international standard model for risk quantification.
Annual awards recognize advocacy, innovation and excellence in risk management using the Factor Analysis of Information Risk model.
A standard framework for measuring and managing information and cyber risks is supported by a training institute and proving its mettle in the regulatory sphere.
CISOs, risk officers, and business executives convening for industry's premier conference on business-aligned technology risk management
This article was originally published on InformationWeek Darkreading on January 3, 2017
By Jack Jones
Boards and CEOs can focus on these critical factors to provide better cyberrisk governance.
CHRIS COOPER (RGA), JOEL BAESE (WALMART), NAMED FAIR AWARDS WINNERS AT INAUGURAL FAIR CONFERENCE TODAY IN CHARLOTTE
Christopher Hoff (BAML), Steve Reznik (ADP), Tony Martin-Vegue (NMI), and Mike Jerbic (SJSU) recognized as finalists; FAIR Awards honor risk management leaders for their initiative, ingenuity and contributions to information and operational risk management.