My SIRAcon 2019 Presentation Decks

Whew! Just wrapped up my two sessions at SIRAcon 2019. I’m posting my decks here and abstracts for attendees (or people that wish they attended) to reference. I realize that they may not make a ton of sense without the narration - I’m going to publish a videos and/or transcripts at a later date.

My first session was at the SIRAcon 2019 Pre-Conference Skills Workshop Day. I was joined by Lisa Young, Jay Jacobs, Richard Seiersen and David Severski to teach attendees modeling in R, the fundamentals of risk and pooling the opinions of experts. Here’s my session information:

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Book Chapter: Cyber Risk Quantification of Financial Technology

In February 2018, I wrote a chapter in a Risk.net book, titled Fintech: Growth and Deregulation. The book is edited by Jack Freund, who most of you will recognize as the co-author of Measuring and Managing Information Risk.

I happy to announce that I’m now able to re-post my book chapter, titled “Cyber-risk Quantification of Financial Technology” here. If you are interested in blockchain tech, Fintech, risk quantification and emerging risks, you may find it interesting. It’s also a primer to Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR), one of many risk quantification models. It’s not the only one I use, but the one I use most frequently.

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