Some of the music composed by Rachmaninoff had monstrously difficult parts that were full of big, fat chords.


In Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach, authors Jack Freund and Jack Jones have created the equivalent of an information security concert, full of big, fat chords.

The book is nearly 400 pages of densely packed chords, which can lead the reader to truly understand the risks their organization is facing.

This is not just a good book; it’s a great one.  And I’m but 1/3 of the way through it.

A full review is coming once I plough through the remaining pages.  But until then, everyone who is tasked with information security risk management should buy this book now; don’t wait for the glowing review.