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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 misconceptions that are commonplace.
This paper answers questions such as: