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Upcoming Events

Industry Events

2024 FAIR Institute Europe Summit

Les Salon Hoche, Paris, France | March 13, 2024

We are very pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, March 13 at the annual 2024 FAIR Institute Europe Summit, to present and discuss how organizations in Europe are leveraging FAIR™ to build or improve their cyber risk management programs and meet new regulations.

During the Summit, you will be able to learn best practices from industry experts, engage in interactive Q&A, and network with your peers who are at the forefront of effective cyber risk management. The summit will consist of keynote addresses, panel conversations, and use case presentations. Full agenda coming soon!

 

RSA Conference 2024

Moscone Center, San Francisco | May  6-9, 2024

Join the conversation at RSA Conference 2024, taking place May 6 - 9 in San Francisco, and celebrate 'The Art of Possible' with your peers. Use the FAIR Institute member discount for exclusive Full Conference Pass savings for RSAC 2024. FAIR members save an additional $150 with code 14UFAIRFD.
 
The FAIR Institute will have a seminar on Tuesday, May 7 from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM titled "Mastering Cybersecurity Risk with FAIR: An Introduction and Case Study". Full information coming soon. We will also have a Community Partner booth on the show floor. 
 

The FAIR Conference

The FAIR Conference is the Institute's main event of the year. The FAIR Conference is the premier event in risk management that brings leaders in cybersecurity and operational risk management together to explore best FAIR practices that produce greater value and alignment with business goals. FAIRCON24 will be held on October 1 & 2, 2024 at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, DC.

Learn More about the FAIR Conference

FAIR Trainings

FAIR Fundamentals Hybrid Course - Q2 2024

Hybrid Virtual Training | May 20 - 24, 2024

In this course, you will discover the challenges with conventional, qualitative risk management methods. We will introduce you to the FAIR Standard and methodology, associated processes, and terminology. You will also learn key measurement concepts, calibrated estimation methods necessary to conduct quantitative risk analysis in your agency or department, and best practices to communicate analyses to stakeholders. The learning experience is further solidified by hands-on work on applicable use cases.

The Hybrid-class course is designed and taught by experienced FAIR experts. Designed to be the best of both methods, giving you the flexibility of self-paced lessons and office hours.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Know the FAIR Standard (variables, definitions, relationships, forms of loss, etc.)
  • Explain the FAIR risk analysis process
  • Properly scope scenarios for analysis
  • Use calibrated estimation in quantitative risk analysis
  • Map controls to the FAIR Standard to analyze risk mitigation
  • Interpret the results of a FAIR analysis and create reports for stakeholders
  • Apply their knowledge to case studies based on real-life scenarios

FAIR Fundamentals Hybrid Course - Q3 2024

Hybrid Virtual Training | Aug. 12 - 16, 2024

In this course, you will discover the challenges with conventional, qualitative risk management methods. We will introduce you to the FAIR Standard and methodology, associated processes, and terminology. You will also learn key measurement concepts, calibrated estimation methods necessary to conduct quantitative risk analysis in your agency or department, and best practices to communicate analyses to stakeholders. The learning experience is further solidified by hands-on work on applicable use cases.

The Hybrid-class course is designed and taught by experienced FAIR experts. Designed to be the best of both methods, giving you the flexibility of self-paced lessons and office hours.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Know the FAIR Standard (variables, definitions, relationships, forms of loss, etc.)
  • Explain the FAIR risk analysis process
  • Properly scope scenarios for analysis
  • Use calibrated estimation in quantitative risk analysis
  • Map controls to the FAIR Standard to analyze risk mitigation
  • Interpret the results of a FAIR analysis and create reports for stakeholders
  • Apply their knowledge to case studies based on real-life scenarios

FAIR Fundamentals Hybrid Course - Q4 2024

Hybrid Virtual Training | Nov. 4 - 8, 2024

In this course, you will discover the challenges with conventional, qualitative risk management methods. We will introduce you to the FAIR Standard and methodology, associated processes, and terminology. You will also learn key measurement concepts, calibrated estimation methods necessary to conduct quantitative risk analysis in your agency or department, and best practices to communicate analyses to stakeholders. The learning experience is further solidified by hands-on work on applicable use cases.

The Hybrid-class course is designed and taught by experienced FAIR experts. Designed to be the best of both methods, giving you the flexibility of self-paced lessons and office hours.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Know the FAIR Standard (variables, definitions, relationships, forms of loss, etc.)
  • Explain the FAIR risk analysis process
  • Properly scope scenarios for analysis
  • Use calibrated estimation in quantitative risk analysis
  • Map controls to the FAIR Standard to analyze risk mitigation
  • Interpret the results of a FAIR analysis and create reports for stakeholders
  • Apply their knowledge to case studies based on real-life scenarios

Sponsor Events

Automating and Scaling FAIR Quantitative Risk Analysis

Sponsored Webinar | Feb. 29 | 11 AM ET

Join Jack Jones, Chairman at the FAIR Institute, John Dyce, Senior Manager, Risk Solutions at Victoria’s Secret, and Chad Weinman, VP, Risk Strategy & Success at Safe Security, at 11 AM ET on Thursday, February 29, for a live webinar to learn about the next evolution in FAIR™: scaling and automating quantitative cyber risk analysis.

Jack breaks down why these extensions are the game-changers for risk quantification. Chad discusses how having an automated approach to FAIR™ is optimal for enterprises that want to move swiftly and easily in their Cyber Risk Management journey. Lastly, hear from John at Victoria’s Secret about why they’re excited about moving from a manual to an automated FAIR™ program.

Join this session to discover:

  • Why FAIR-CAM™ and FAIR-MAM™ are fundamental to FAIR™ automation
  • Simple steps to automate your risk quantification strategy
  • A real-life case study of how an enterprise is automating FAIR™

How CISOs Can Ace Cyber Risk Reporting to the Board and the SEC

Sponsored Webinar | Mar. 27 | 1 PM ET

CISOs face unprecedented pressure and scrutiny: Regulatory bodies demand clear and accountable cybersecurity reporting, while boards require dollar-driven insights to safeguard shareholder value and minimize business risk exposure.

The ball is in the CISO’s court to translate technical cyber risk insights into contextual business information that the Board and regulators understand.

Join this webinar and discover how to:

  • Ace Board Reporting: Communicate cyber risk in financial terms to the Board and meet SEC requirements of defensible and transparent reporting.
  • Get defensible numbers and data: Gain rock-solid, data-driven evidence with internationally recognized risk quantification standards that meet regulatory requirements and board expectations.
  • Justify your budget: Leverage AI to identify and prioritize your most critical cyber risks, show ROI, justify your budget, and gain approval.
  • Foster accountability: Build a collaborative risk culture with simple, impactful dollar-value reporting that gets everyone on the same page.

Chapter Meetings

London Chapter Meeting - March 5

The March meeting of the London Chapter of the FAIR Institute is shaping up to be a not to miss event. We are excited to be hosting a meeting at Vodafone and have a happy hour sponsored by C-Risk this quarter.

Our meeting on Tuesday, March 5 will follow the agenda below:

  • 15:30 - 15:45: Welcome and Introductions
  • 15:45 - 16:00: Introduction to Cyber Risk Quantification at Vodafone
    16:00 - 16:30: Vodafone Cyber Training 'Podcast' - Use Case on Communicating the FAIR Approach
  • 16:30 - 17:00: FAIR Therapy Session-Roundtable Discussion on Challenges and Solutions to Implementing FAIR
  • 17:00: Happy Hour at a local pub, sponsored by C-Risk (FAIR Institute Sponsor)

Bay Area Chapter Happy Hour - March 14

Join your peers for drinks, appetizers, games, and learnings at Steins Beer Garden in Mountain View.

In a very casual setting, we’ll have a meet and greet, games with prizes, and a short discussion with Brooks Evans, Roblox, VP & CISO, Tony Martin-Vegue, Netflix, Senior Information Security Risk Engineer, and Lindsey Pilver, Roblox, Principal Security Quantitative Risk Analyst, GRC, on the following:

  • The role of cyber risk quantification within Netflix and Roblox’s security practice
  • How they got started and where they're going with automation
  • Plus, fast and easy strategies for scaling your program

Great Lakes Chapter Meeting - March 18

We are excited to invite you to the inaugural meeting of the Great Lakes FAIR Institute Local Chapter. 

Now more than ever it is essential that FAIR practitioners work together to help drive the FAIR standard forward, provide input to the FAIR Institute to drive the continuous improvement of that standard and provide a network of peers that can be used to address questions and challenges we face as a community.

We are living in some truly amazing times that are driving the use of Cyber Risk Quantification globally. Join us to hear more from experienced FAIR users and connect with your peers in the community.

NYC Chapter Meeting - March 20

The NYC Local Chapter of The FAIR Institute provides the opportunity to meet with your peers across a variety of industries in your geographical area to learn from each other’s expertise and operational practices. Together, you will advance your knowledge of FAIR and expand its range of applications.

Join us for a relaunch of in-person NYC Chapter meetings on Tuesday,  March 20 from 4-5:30 PM at EY in Manhattan. We will meet and network together, hear member presentations, then have a social happy hour.

Thought Leadership Webinars

More events coming soon!