There is a culture change happening in the world of risk management. More and more, companies and agencies are turning to risk quantification to better measure, manage, and report their cyber risks.
As the digital footprint of organizations expand, the need for visibility and executive oversight has increased. Boards and C-suites are demanding improved visibility on cyber risk to make better decisions. Regulatory authorities are increasingly asking for financial disclosure of cyber risks. Current attempts to make sense of cyber risks are making it worse, inefficient, and more costly.
The FAIR™ Standard has emerged as the risk model of choice for organizations aiming to provide better visibility into cyber risk, using a language that the business understands, a financial one. Furthermore, FAIR™ programs are helping organizations quantify the value of their cybersecurity investments in terms of bottom-line impact and cost-effectively manage their cybersecurity initiatives.
Join us on Tuesday, June 6 at 8 AM in National Harbor, Maryland with a distinguished group of cyber risk executives and fellow FAIR members, who are in town for the Gartner Security and Risk Summit, as they discuss and share tips and best practices on how to successfully build an effective quantitative risk management program with FAIR™.
The meeting with begins with a Keynote Address delivered by Jack Jones, Chairman of the FAIR Institute and author of the FAIR™ Model. Many organizations have applied their expertise and channeled it into many concrete examples of FAIR™ adoption. Following that, Brenda Thayer, Senior Manager, Technology Risk at Fannie Mae will present a case study on "Monitoring Top Risks" and how running a fully quantitative program gains immense value for the organization.
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This exclusive event is only for FAIR Institute members and the event will sell out so reserve your spot today!
“NOTE: the FAIR Institute breakfast is not officially part of the Gartner Security & Risk Summit program.”