RiskLens 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.
RiskLens is sponsoring FAIRCON18 as the Technical Advisor to the FAIR Institute, home of the FAIR risk model that powers the RiskLens platform, along with the Heinz College and Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon, one of the world’s great centers for research and training in cybersecurity.
Space is limited! Register for the 2018 FAIR Conference now.
For Board Members and business executives, CISOs, CIROs, risk analysts or cyber risk management professionals looking to sharpen the skills needed to evolve their organizations upward from the old reliance on “fear, uncertainty and doubt”, you’ll find both the speaker panels and the networking sessions a rich source of tips and techniques you can take back to your organizations and implement right away.
Last year’s FAIR Conference featured speakers from Walmart, Bank of America, ADP, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, and more organizations leading the risk revolution, covering topics such as:
- What CISOs Need to Tell the Board about Cyber and Technology Risk
- Integrating FAIR-based Analytics into GRC Processes
- How to Balance Risk Management and Regulatory Compliance
Hear what attendees at last year’s FAIR Conference had to say:
FAIR Training at FAIRCON18
For beginners in risk quantification, RiskLens will offer on-site introductory FAIR Analysis Fundamentals training October 14-15, just before the conference begins. Participants will not only get up to speed on FAIR to get the most out of the conference but will also be prepared to take the FAIR analyst certification exam.
Come meet the RiskLens Team at the FAIR Conference 2018, at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, October 16-17. Space is limited – reserve your spot now.
Learn more about the FAIR Conference