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Getting to the Truth of Third-Party Risk: The Power of Financial and Cyber-Risk Data
Join us for an insightful panel discussion with experts as they explore how to leverage relevant and timely data – from both internal and external sources – for more efficient and effective third-party risk management.
The pandemic has forced organizations to increase their dependency on third parties – which are themselves more unstable than ever. With such disruption and uncertainty around overall risk exposure, you need improved visibility into your high-risk vendors to identify security, financial, and operational issues for third-party risk management success.
Join us for an insightful panel discussion with experts from Riskonnect, RapidRatings, and FortifyData as they explore how to leverage relevant and timely data – from both internal and external sources – for more efficient and effective third-party risk management.
- Learn how to leverage critical cyber-risk data to prioritize resources according to the vendors and suppliers with the most cyber risk.
- Understand why financial health transparency can improve your ability to make critical business decisions about your third parties.
- Learn how integrated GRC technology can give you a clear, current, and reliable view of your exposure to help identify weak spots and prioritize actions.
- Eric Evans, Managing Director, Rapid Ratings
- Bob Morrell, CEO, FortifyData
- David Brown, Senior Product Manager, Riskonnect, Inc.
- Scott Fenstermaker, Director, Digital Marketing, Riskonnect, Inc.
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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