through Monetary Risk Quantification



How to manage expectations, expenses, and the path to confidently protecting your most important data.

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Cyber Monetary Risk Quantification Webinar Evolver

The quantification of cyber risk

is changing the way organizations

anticipate, avoid, and navigate cyber threat.


Monetary Risk Quantification allows business executives

and cybersecurity staff to measure, manage, and communicate information risk

by using a common language: money.


Join Evolver for our Monetary Risk Quantification Webinar Series where you will:


  • Understand how to start the process of quantifying cyber risk
  • See risk quantification technology in action
  • Leave with the tools and knowledge to take back to your organization and get started


Each monetary cyber risk webinar in the series is tailored to a specific area of your business that can benefit most from risk quantification. Evolver’s certified cybersecurity consultants will walk you through the risk quantification process and findings (cost/benefit analysis, and critical data) that will help you make informed decisions.

At Evolver we work with the CRO, CISO and business leaders to identify key business risk elements and then apply the Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) model to determine quantitative risk.



We use the FAIR model to analyze and report quantitative risk exposure. FAIR is an internationally recognized standard for quantitatively modeling information and operational risk.



Many cyber risk assessments produce results that can be categorized with these terms: “high/medium/low” or “red/yellow/green”.  Our monetary risk quantification is a deeper, more specific dive into the business areas and applications you use. The result is knowing the value of your data, the financial amount of your risk, and a position of confidence as you plan and implement activities like: data storage, infrastructure spend, and more.

Benefits of a Monetary Risk Quantification

Cyber Risk Quantification

Relates cyber expenditures to board level executives

Structured Data Review

Conducts ROI analysis

Advises cyber insurance policy decisions

Infrastructure as Code

Informs technology investment decisions

Discovery redaction traceability


Streamlines vendor management


Chip Block, Vice President, Evolver, Inc.


Chip has over thirty years of advanced technology research and development experience and has spent the last fourteen years in the information assurance and cyber technology arenas. His research has included federal projects with DARPA and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in the development of advanced cyber technologies and commercial work with Internet of Things with a focus on medical devices.


He is the author of numerous papers on cyber insurance, medical devices, and the Internet of Things. He received the ACT-IAC Individual Contributor of the Year Award in 2016 and is a certified FAIR analyst.

Chip Block, Vice President Cyber Solutions, Evolver, Inc.
Chip Block, Vice President Cyber Solutions, Evolver, Inc.

Dr. Tim Rudolph, Vice President Cybersecurity, Evolver, Inc.


Tim has nearly thirty years’ experience as a senior technology innovation leader responsible for architecting solutions and strategic partnering for Evolver’s rapidly growing cyber presence, leading critical security concepts for the Internet of Things, including medical devices.


Dr. Rudolph received the AFCEA International Distinguished Award for Excellence in Information Technology in 2015.


Before Evolver Dr. Rudolph had a successful career as a senior U.S. Air Force leader, most recently as the Air Force Senior Technical Advisor, Integrated Information Capabilities and CTO of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. He is a credentialed CISSP and CSEP.


Ed Peck, Cybersecurity Consultant, Evolver, Inc.


Ed has lived and breathed cybersecurity for almost 20 years as a professional information security provider. Ed’s current role at Evolver connects him face to face with the customer – and their data. His FAIR analyst certification means he knows which sets of data are the most valuable, can determine the amount of monetary risk an organization has based on the way it handles its data, and can make recommendations about each.  He is CISSP-ISSEP certified.

For more information on cyber and monetary risk quantification, check out these resources on the Evolver website:


 What’s Involved in a Cyber Risk Quantification?


 Video: Three Surprising Results of Cyber Risk Quantification


  Cyber Risk Ecosystem


  Cybersecurity Services


  Whitepaper: Cybersecurity Is No Longer the Boring Part of the Board Meeting