A FAIR Approach to Quantum Dawn
In this (ISC)² webinar, Jack Jones and FAIR specialist Cody Whelan teach FAIR and demo RiskLens Cyber Risk Quantification.
Discover how an organization used FAIR to assess and quantify cloud risk.
See how RiskLens was used to assess the best architecture to secure a cloud application.
Watch our on-demand webinar on how to report on the risk of Ransomware to your management.
Download a quick, one-page view of how to read a quantitative FAIR analysis.
Download the case study today to see how RiskLens was used by a major industrial company to assess the threat of Ransomware.
Learn how to apply critical thought and socratic methods to build defensible IT security investments.
Discuss how the pace of technology innovation is increasing in complexity and also causing mistakes to happen. Many of them are human error.
In this case study, see how RiskLens was used to quantify the risk associated with IT Hygiene.
Large Manufacturing Company Conducts Cost-Benefit Analysis of Shorter Patching Window
Download the case study today to see how RiskLens was used to determine the efficacy of anti-phishing traning.
See how RiskLens was used by this organization to determine the ROI of encrypting data at rest.
See how RiskLens was used by a regional financial institution to commucate disaster exposure.
Download the case study to see how RiskLens was used to communicate cyber security risk and justify the security investment.
This document is The Open Group Standard for Risk Analysis (O-RA), which provides a set of standards for various aspects of information security risk analysis.
This document provides a standard definition and taxonomy for information security risk, as well as information regarding how to use the taxonomy.
Learn more about The Open Group and their FAIR certification program.
Download a quick, one-page view of the FAIR (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) Model
In this short 5-minute video, Chad Weinman will introduce you to the FAIR risk model.
Why your GRC investment may be letting you down, and what you can do about it.
Break out of risk management groundhog day.
Understanding the need to move information risk management from art toward science.
This article will provide insight into the information that's necessary in order to make well-informed risk decisions.