Open FAIR™ Foundation Course

Open FAIR™ Foundation Course

Open Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) Foundation Certification

 

Course Description:  

The Open FAIR™ Body of Knowledge provides a taxonomy and method for understanding, analyzing and     measuring information risk.

The Open FAIR™ Body of Knowledge consists of the following Open Group standards:

    • The Open Group Risk Taxonomy (O-RT)
    • The Open Group Risk Analysis Standard (O-RA)

Course Objectives:

The Open FAIR™ Body of Knowledge provides a taxonomy and method for understanding, analyzing and

measuring information risk. It allows organizations to:

  • Speak in one language concerning their risk using the standard taxonomy and terminology, and communicate risk effectively to senior management
  • Consistently study and apply risk analysis principles to any object or asset
  • View organizational risk in total
  • Challenge and defend risk decisions
  • Compare risk mitigation options

 

 

Target Audience:

This course is aimed at organizations or individuals who would like to understand the spectrum of IT and how to manage it. This course is suitable for any professionals involved in business, development, and operations of IT. This includes CxOs, Security and Risk specialists, Architects (Business, Application, Data, Technology, Solution), IT Program and Project managers. It is equally important to the organization in the public and private sector.

 

Prerequisites:

No specific prerequisites. Participants are expected to have some enterprise experience

 

Course length: 3 Days/24hours  

(Exam prep and delivery will be done on 3rd day)

 

Course Outline:

Course Introduction

Unit 1 Foundations of Risk Management

Unit 2 Basic Risk Concepts

Unit 3 Open FAIR™ Taxonomy

Unit 4 Open FAIR™ Terminology

Unit 5 Measurement

Unit 6 Open FAIR™ Analysis Process

Unit 7 Interpreting and Communicating Results

Unit 8 The Open FAIR™ Certification Program

Course Summary