The FAIR Institute, a non-profit professional organisation dedicated to advancing the discipline of measuring and managing risk, has announced its virtual 2021 FAIR Conference (FAIRCON21), which will bring together thought leaders in cyber and operational risk management to explore best FAIR (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) practices that produce greater value and alignment with business goals.
The global risk management conference, to be held virtually from October 19-20, will provide keynote addresses, C-suite panels, and expert case study sessions.
FAIRCON21 is open to all professionals with an interest in risk management, and it features beginner and advanced session tracks. Speakers include Jack Jones, chairman, FAIR Institute; Mary O’Brien, general manager, IBM Security; John Wheeler, global research leader, Gartner; and Bob Kolasky, director, National Risk Management Center, US Department of Homeland Security.
“Virtual FAIRCON21 will allow attendees to learn the latest developments in quantitative risk management and hear from the world's leading experts and practitioners,” said Nick Sanna, president, FAIR Institute. “They can also connect with our partners and sponsors, who will help support and build risk management programs. In addition, training sessions are offered for organisations that want to advance the education and proficiency of their cyber and operational risk professionals. We’ll also provide attendees with certification and include CPE credits.”
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