How to Use NIST for Third-Party Risk Management

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How to Use NIST for Third-Party Risk Management
December
1
Date:
December 1
Time:
11:00 AM
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America/New_York
Duration:
1h
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Webinar Filed in Third Party Management , Risk Management

Join this webinar for a crash course on making NIST work for third-party compliance and supply chain risks.

Many organizations have standardized their internal information security controls and reporting on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework because of its direct mapping to multiple regulatory requirements. But is it possible to use NIST to also manage the growing concern of third-party and supply chain risks?

This webinar, delivered by compliance expert Thomas Humphreys, will dissect the NIST cybersecurity framework and explain how it can be used to identify and mitigate risks in your supplier ecosystem.

Learning Objectives:

• Discuss the basics of how to use the NIST framework for third-party risk management, including what NIST covers (and doesn’t)

• Review recent changes to the NIST framework and how those changes apply to third-party risk assessments

• Identify important updates you will need to make to your TPRM program in order to be in compliance with NIST


Speaker:

Thomas Humphreys, Content Manager, Prevalent


Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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