FAIR Institute DC Chapter March Meeting: Successes and challenges in FAIR implementation in Banking
The FAIR Institute DC Chapter will hold its quarterly breakfast meeting on Friday, March 6th at Evolver’s headquarters in Reston, VA.
The March DC Chapter FAIR Institute meeting is shaping up to be a not to miss event! We will begin with our News and Notes that includes an RSA recap. Rachael Lininger, Information Security Controls Specialist, from Bank of America will join us to discuss successes and challenges in their FAIR implementation. Then, our ‘Hot Topic’ of the meeting: Short term scenarios vs. in-depth analysis where we will dive into when to conduct a full FAIR evaluation versus a quick evaluation.
We welcome Musso Shaikh, Program Manager, Information Security, of Fannie Mae, a long time FAIR practitioner, as our new co-chair in addition to Chip Block from Evolver.
Register for the opportunity to meet with your peers across a variety of industries and learn from each other’s expertise and operational practices and to exchange views on possible applications of FAIR.
FAIR News and Notes
- RSA recap
- FAIRCON Update
- Recent Articles and Papers around Cyber Risk Quantification
- Successes and challenges in FAIR implementation at Bank of America
- Rachel Lininger, Information Security Controls Specialist (FAIR Risk Quantification & Forecasting), Bank of America
- Short term scenarios vs. in depth analysis: When to conduct a full FAIR evaluation vs. a quick evaluation
- Dan LaGraffe, Director of Cybersecurity Operations (IM33), Office of the Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Energy
When: Friday, March 6th, 2020 | 8:30 – 10 AM
Where: Evolver Headquarters
1943 Isaac Newton Square East, Suite 260
Reston, VA 20190
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