Jack and Jack talk Risk Modeling at Cyber Risk NA

Jack & Jack @RiskDotNet‘s #CyberRiskNA in action! “There isn’t a single part of our problem space that can’t be quantified.” –@JonesFAIRiq Did you catch these two during this morning’s live panel? Let us know what you thought. pic.twitter.com/NiC6FD6rm7 — RiskLens (@RiskLens) March 20, 2018 I had a great time this week at Risk.Net’s Cyber RiskContinue reading “Jack and Jack talk Risk Modeling at Cyber Risk NA”

Article on Cyber Risk Taxonomy on Risk.Net

I wrote a piece for risk.net that discusses techniques for integrating a cyber risk taxonomy with an operational risk taxonomy. It’s behind a paywall, so apologies for that up front, but they do have a free trial. Its a great article for those that are struggling with aligning the need for cyber risk granularity withContinue reading “Article on Cyber Risk Taxonomy on Risk.Net”

OpRisk Book Chapter on Cyber Published

I’m pleased to announce that a new book has been published that includes a chapter that I wrote on Cybersecurity and Technology Risk. I was approached by the good folks at Risk Books on contributing some original Cyber content in their new publication on Operational Risk. I choose to address the general risks in theContinue reading “OpRisk Book Chapter on Cyber Published”

Speaking at OpRisk North America 2015

It’s a busy week for me. In addition to the webinar this Friday, next Monday (23 March) I’ll be holding a workshop at 11:00 AM in the Data Quality track of the OpRisk North America conference. I’ll be talking about financial metrics, risk appetite, volatility trends, and scenario analysis. You can’t have quality data withoutContinue reading “Speaking at OpRisk North America 2015”