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. The impending threat of data breaches, mismanagement of cloud access, inventory theft, and transaction fraud are real-life situations faced in our nation.
In this session, attendees 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