Posted February 21, 2018 by Jeff B. CopelandRiskLens invites you to attend the 2018 FAIR Conference, October 16-17, at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, for two days of immersion in cyber risk economics, the revolution in analyzing and communicating cybersecurity risk in financial terms that’s bringing cyber risk management in line with standard business practices.
Posted February 20, 2018 by Jeff B. CopelandHere’s the on-demand version of our recent webinar “Making the ‘Impossible’ Possible – Quantifying Cyber Risk,” hosted by Chad Weinman, RiskLens VP of Professional Services and Explainer-in-Chief.
Posted February 20, 2018 by Nicola (Nick) SannaI’m gratified and somewhat humbled to say that RiskLens, the leading provider of cyber risk quantification software, closed the 2017 calendar with more than 60% year-over-year growth in recurring revenue—the direct result of a revolution in expectations from risk analysts, CISOs, C-suites and Boards of Directors.
Posted February 16, 2018 by David MusselwhiteAs a board member or executive leader, you have to know the fundamentals of effective risk management. One graphic contains the knowledge you need.
Posted February 16, 2018 by Cody WhelanI have worked with an organization that, from top to bottom, runs a cyber risk analysis process that is the antithesis of everything I rail against as a FAIR practitioner.
Posted February 16, 2018 by Rebecca MerrittI get it, cyber risk registers are not something many companies have ever taken that seriously. They are a dumping ground for concerns, “risks”, compliance issues, etc. … the list goes on…for the organization. Often being passed on from employee to employee until someone sits on it long enough or is thoroughly frustrated with it and they just hand it off to the next guy who seems qualified to manage it.
Posted February 14, 2018 by Jeff B. CopelandThe webinar is over but come back next week for the recorded version. If you’re a risk analyst, risk manager, CISO, CIRO or any other job title tasked with protecting the organization against information or technology risks, you have a prioritization problem: too many threats, too little budget and staff and, most likely, inadequate tools to show you where to focus your scarce resources or how to make a case to management for more.
Posted February 8, 2018 by Cary WiseI recently completed a cyber risk consulting engagement at a major industrial company, applying the FAIR model through the RiskLens platform to determine the value of their intellectual property and the ROI of their control efforts.
Posted February 7, 2018 by Vanessa McCoyMeet the RiskLens team in New York next month at the 2018 Cyber Risk North America conference, March 20-21. Be inspired by likeminded, senior cyber risk practitioners setting the stage for the next generation of cyber risk management, modeling and quantification.
Posted February 2, 2018 by Paige PilarskiUpdate: Significant new requirements kick in on March 1, 2018, including...