How Financial Risk Quantification Can Help Federal Agencies Better Integrate Cybersecurity Risk & ERM
Join AFERM and FAIR Institute to learn how Financial Risk Quantification can assist in integration of Cybersecurity Risk Management and ERM.
July 16, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (Eastern)
Please join AFERM and FAIR Institute to learn how Financial Risk Quantification can assist in integration of Cybersecurity Risk Management and ERM. This webinar will explain how federal agencies can better meet the requirements of federal laws, policies and guidance to adopt a risk-based approach to cybersecurity and to integrate it with ERM through new financially driven risk assessment methodologies. The presenter, Nick Sanna, President of the FAIR Institute, will take questions after the webinar from the Audience.
Event Details & Registration
The webinar will be hosted using GoTo Webinar. Registration is free, but required. Those registered will receive instructions for accessing the webinar by email prior to the event.
About Nick Sanna, President of the FAIR Institute
Nick is the CEO of RiskLens and is responsible for the definition and the execution of the company strategy. In 2015, Nick championed the creation of a nonprofit expert organization focused on helping organizations manage information and operational risk from the business perspective. As such, Nick serves as the President of the FAIR Institute to help Risk Officers and CISOs get a seat at the business table by leveraging the FAIR standard. A serial entrepreneur, Nick’s passion is to help the industry close the gap that separates IT from the business and sees RiskLens as one of the companies that can help fulfill that vision.
Prior to RiskLens, Nick contributed to closing that gap as CEO of Netuitive, a leading IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) software company and as CEO of e-Security, the pioneering Security Information and Event Monitoring (SIEM) company that was ultimately sold to Novell. Earlier, Nick contributed to the growth of ASG from $9m to $150m as VP EMEA and as COO and acted as the VP Sales and Marketing for Amplitude Int’l, the n.1 French antivirus co. at that time whose product got acquired by Symantec. Nick is a regular lecturer at universities across the US about social entrepreneurship and is an advisory board member of the business school at CUA. Nick is fluent in 5 languages and received a master’s degree in Economics and Trade from the University of Rome La Sapienza
About the FAIR institute
The FAIR Institute is a non-profit organization made up of forward-thinking risk officers, cybersecurity leaders and business executives that operates with a central mission:
Establish and promote information risk management best practices that empower risk professionals to collaborate with their business partners on achieving the right balance between protecting the organization and running the business. Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIRTM) is the discipline, the framework, and the driver behind our mission.
The Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management is the only professional association dedicated to the advancement of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) in the Federal government through thought leadership, education and collaboration. AFERM provides programs and education about benefits, tools, and leading practices of Federal ERM and collaborated with other organizations and stakeholders to encourage the establishment of ERM in Federal departments and agencies.
Venue: Online Webinar