Making Better Cyber and Technology
Risk Decisions: Part 1
Successfully managing today’s complex and dynamic cyber and technology risk landscape requires being able to prioritize well and communicate effectively to executive stakeholders. This is especially true when budgets are being trimmed and every expense is scrutinized.
In this first of a three-part webinar series, Jack Jones, 3x CISO and author of the FAIR Model. will discuss the cyber and technology risk measurement methods commonly used today and why they fail to meet those two requirements. He will also share three criteria for reliable risk measurement (whether qualitative or quantitative) and introduce the Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) model for risk measurement.
When: Thursday, May 14 at 2 PM BST / 9 AM EST
Please contact Luke Bader, Director of Membership and Programs at the FAIR Institute to assist with any questions or issues at firstname.lastname@example.org and +1-(484)-885-4144.
Jack is the foremost authority in the field of information risk management. As the Chairman of the FAIR Institute and co-founder and Chief Risk Scientist at RiskLens, he continues to lead the way in developing effective and pragmatic ways to manage and quantify information risk.
As a three times Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) with forward-thinking financial institutions such as Nationwide Insurance, Huntington Bank and CBC Innovis, Jack authored the FAIR model, the only standard quantitative model for cybersecurity and operational risk. A sought-after thought leader, he recently published the award-winning book ‘Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach’ and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.