Three Key Steps to Managing Third-Party Risk in the Digital Era

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Three Key Steps to Managing Third-Party Risk in the Digital Era
April
7
Date:
April 7
Time:
11:00 AM
Time zone:
America/New_York
Duration:
1h
Webinar Filed in Third Party Management , Risk Management

Join us as we discuss how third party ecosystems bring risk that drive the need for more effective risk management.

Digital transformation can bring complexity and risk to any organization, and third-party ecosystems are no exception. Third-party risk is a multi-faceted challenge as typical organizations may use hundreds, if not thousands, of third parties.

Evolving third-party risks are driving the need for more effective risk management and efficient governance. Due to the increasingly digital nature of third-party ecosystems, security and risk management leaders and teams must work together to manage third-party risks to reduce their business impacts.

Join us for a live webinar as we discuss the following learning objectives:

  • Discover three aspects of third-party relationships that organizations must address in their efforts to successfully manage third-party risk
  • Learn why connecting security and risk management priorities is a necessity
  • Learn how you can take a unified, phased approach to utilize risk management and identity and security risk technologies to help you successfully manage third-party risk in its many forms

Presenter

Patrick Potter, Risk Strategist, RSA

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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