In 2004, FAIR addressed the challenge of uncertainty reduction in cybersecurity and has since gained the title of the world’s first cyber risk quantification framework. FAIR reasoned that despite the lack of empirical data, cyber risk can indeed be quantified and reported in a manner that does not have to be difficult to interpret.
Does that mean FAIR is enough to drive informed decisions?
Is FAIR great in theory but impractical to implement?
“Methods like FAIR lack practical implementation-level guidance for correctly scoping a FAIR analysis” - Forrester, January 2022
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