Posted March 1, 2017 by Tiziana Barrow
Meet with prominent cyber risk players and peers to discuss the challenges and opportunities related to cyber risk at Cyber Risk North America 2017, the financial sector's specialist forum for improving cyber security risk management.
Posted February 24, 2017 by Chris Bryant
The Impending Executive Order (EO)
If you operate in cyber, you’d be hard pressed to miss recent revelations regarding the President’s new EO on cybersecurity.
Posted February 14, 2017 by Isaiah McGowan
It’s commonly accepted within the FAIR community that risk assessments should not sit on the shelf and collect dust; they should drive a decision or action.
Posted February 2, 2017 by Tiziana Barrow
You may have been asked by your board, the CIO or the CISO to quantify cybersecurity risk to assess your top risks in financial terms (dollars and cents), prioritize your risk mitigations based on business impact and demonstrate the value that cybersecurity initiatives bring to your organization.
Posted January 11, 2017 by Chelsea Brunson
“I want to quantify my cyber risk using the FAIR risk model. Now I need to make a decision: build a spreadsheet or use a commercially available software such as RiskLens.” Have you had this conversation with yourself?
Posted January 6, 2017 by Tim Wynkoop
How Risk Quantification Can Help Your Business Continuity Program
For a lot of industries, Business Continuity (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) is a requirement; however, a lot of the time the programs are minimalistic in nature.
Posted January 3, 2017 by Chad Weinman
Accreditation by the standards organization that established OpenFAIR
RiskLens educates hundreds of professionals on Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) each year.
Posted December 16, 2016 by Paige Pilarski
You get it. Cyber risk quantification is where the cyber security industry is heading, and you want your organization to be ahead of the curve. However, your boss is not convinced yet.
Posted December 8, 2016 by Chelsea Brunson
When speaking with potential customers here at RiskLens, we often hear “I do not have enough resources (both analysts and budget) to build a quantitative risk management program.”
Posted November 30, 2016 by Isaiah McGowan