Address

Wojo - Cœur Défense - Tour A

110 esplanade du Général de Gaulle

92931 Paris La Défense

Contact 

information@c-risk.com 

+33 (0)1 84 207 005

20190429 - C-Risk Logo.png
  • Blanc Twitter Icon
  • Blanc LinkedIn Icône

Propulsé par Station Spatiale

Introduction to Financial Quantification of Cyber Risk with The Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) Framework

The course “Introduction To Financial Quantification of Cyber Risk with FAIR” allow trainees to understand basic principle of quantification of cyber risk in financial terms. It present the FAIR taxonomy and analysis methodology.

 

The course teaches attendees the limits of current qualitative methods and how FAIR complements them to allow to measure in a defendable manner cyber risk to then allow better IT security decisions.

This course allow to decide what next steps trainees and their organization may take regarding cyber risk quantification.

Duration

1/2 day – 4 hours

Audience 

IT Security Professionals.

Risk Professionals.

Anybody with an interest in improving their ability to understand, model and measure cyber risk.

You don’t need to be an expert in risk management or an information security engineer to follow this course.

A basic understanding of risk management, cyber risk and Information security concepts will be a benefit.

You should be curious, have an open mind and be ready to model risk in terms of business impact and impact of controls.

Financial Quantification of Cyber Risk with The Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™) Framework

The course “Financial Quantification of Cyber Risk with FAIR” prepares trainees to quantify risk in financial terms by providing a detailed understanding of the FAIR taxonomy and analysis methodology.

 

The course teaches attendees how to scope risk scenarios, model them in FAIR, estimate the data required to perform financial quantification and interpret the results.

This course prepares attendees for the OpenFAIR Certification™ examination.

 

The exam is not included in the cost and some additional self-study may be required before attempting the certification.

Duration

2 days – 14 hours

Audience

IT Security Professionals.

Risk Professionals.

Anybody with an interest in improving their ability to understand, model and measure cyber risk.

You don’t need to be an expert in risk management or an information security engineer to follow this course.

A basic understanding of risk management, cyber risk and Information security concepts will be a benefit.

You should be curious, have an open mind and be ready to model risk in terms of business impact and impact of controls.