Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Tuesday, December 10th, 2019
Today's supply chain depends on trust. Coupled with heightened sensitivity to privacy, this need for security across all trusted entities represents a new type of risk beyond traditional vectors. While security incidents and financial risk are traditionally viewed as high risk for breaches within a single entity, hackers have learned to effectively exploit a firm’s relationships meaning an increase to the criticality of adequate vendor and third-party management.
In this session, you will hear about third-party management practices to foster trusting partnerships, impactful and costly supply chain disruption issues, and how to deepen your customer relationships when faced with opposition.
•Discuss an organizational approach to strengthen and restructure enterprise risk management programs to achieve strategic objectives and implement rigorous compliance verification
•Understand how to work with your human resources and legal department on vendor contracts
•Explore corporate risk management strategies to enhance your supply chain resilience and eliminate costly disruptions
•Hear about strategies to address the reality that not all third parties are large enough to have dedicated IT and Security resources