Society of Information Risk Analysis Conference (SIRAcon)
Event submitted on Wednesday, December 4th 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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If risk is your game then SIRAcon is for you. We’d don’t have too much to add on this event aside from to say that the organization is well established and they’ll almost certainly put a great event on. Let us know if you attend we’d love to add your comment below.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Wednesday, December 4th 2019, or created by us.
The goal of the Society of Information Risk Analysts (SIRA) is to continue improving the practice of information risk analysis. People behind this event try to do it by supporting the collaborative efforts of their members through knowledge sharing, research, and member-driven education.
Since the whole of SIRA will always be greater than the sum of its parts, the conference value, above all else, the participation of its members. They understand that it is their willingness to contribute constructively and openly that will help the society reach its mission of continual improvement. To that end, SIRA is promoting the collaborative efforts of its members by offering various connection methods, print and electronic, online and offline, challenging traditional limitations with new technology and passion.
Topics will include but are not limited to:
- Building a risk management program
- Adding quantification to an existing risk management program
- Successes/challenges with risk metrics
- Harmonizing myriad risk scales and impact criteria across an enterprise
- Developing KRIs
- Regulations and standards within risk analysis
- Risk communication/perception
- Risk reporting
- Risk aggregation across multiple analytic efforts
- Cyber insurance and risk quantification
- Economic influences within risk management
- Optimal investment in information security
- Cyber-defense strategy and game theory
- Incentives for information sharing and cooperation
- The joy of using math to analyze risk
- The pitfalls of not using math to analyze risk
- Some variation of the last two
- Some variation of anything on the list