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Based on Open FAIR™

Open FAIR™ is the only international standard Value at Risk (VaR) model for cybersecurity and operational risk.

NormShield uses the Open FAIR™ model to calculate the probable financial impact if a third-party vendor, partner, or supplier experiences a breach.

Measure Cyber Risk in Dollars & Cents

For the first time, CISOs, CROs, and CFOs have an automated tool that measures the probable financial impact of cyberattacks against your company or your vendors, suppliers, and trading partners — and communicates risks in quantitative, easy-to-understand business terms.

Mature Your TPRM Program

Having the capacity to use an Open FAIR™ assessment at scale for third-party risk management will elevate your risk management program. This tool will help attain the goal of cost-effectively achieving and maintaining an acceptable level of loss exposure, while also clearly conveying the breadth of risk factors across the organization.

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