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Risk management expectations are evolving, especially with regards to how risk is being measured and communicated. This half-day session will provide clarity on why the industry is evolving toward quantitative methods, as well as the challenges and practical solutions for leveraging these methods. The emphasis will be on gaining a pragmatic understanding of why, how, and what to avoid.
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Overview of Current Risk Measurement Practices and Why They’re Evolving | Jack Jones, author of the FAIR Model, Chairman of the FAIR Institute
An Introduction to FAIR | Jack Freund, PhD, Co-Author of “Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach”
A Prioritization Example | Chad Weinman, VP of Professional Services, RiskLens (Technical Advisor to the FAIR Institute)
A Risk Communication and Reporting Example | Jack Freund, PhD, Co-Author of “Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach”
Misperceptions and Common Concerns Regarding Risk Quantification and How to Address Them | Panel: Jack Jones Strategies for Adopting Quantitative Risk Measurement within Your Organization | Jack Jones, author of the FAIR Model, Chairman of the FAIR Institute