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On-site Assessments in a Virtual World: How Third Party Risk Programs Must Adapt

Speakers:

  • Brad Keller, CSO, Shared Assessments
  • Linnea Solem, Founder, Solem Risk Partners, LLC
  • Brenda Ferraro, VP, Third Party Risk at Prevalent Inc., US/UK Steering Committee Board Member, Shared Assessments

Description:

In this two-part series, organizations will learn how to effectively modify on-site assessment practices to meet the challenges of today’s COVID-19-impacted landscape. Attendees will explore the tools, policies, processes and protocols that must be established to efficiently transition to virtual assessments. Sessions will be led by Shared Assessments' experts and joined by a panel of risk management experts and practitioners who will share their real-world experience delivering virtual assessments from both the outsourcer and vendor perspective. CPE credits will be awarded for this series and course materials will be available for enrollees.

Pricing: FREE

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Date: August 18-19, 2020Time: 11:00AM – 1:00PM ETRegister
Date: October 14–15, 2020Time: 11:00AM – 1:00PM ETRegister
Date: November 10–11, 2020Time: 11:00AM – 1:00PM ETRegister

Addressing Concentration and Resilience Risk Across your Extended Supply Chain

Date: August 12, 2020

Time: 11:00AM ET

Speakers:

  • Tom Garrubba, VP and CISO, The Santa Fe Group, Shared Assessments Progra
  • John Beattie, Principal, Sungard Availability Services
  • Dr. Andrea Little Limbago, Vice President, Research and Analysis, Interos

Description:

In this post-COVID world, organizations are realizing the importance of operational resilience. However, there are risks in putting all your eggs in one basket. Balancing resilience while keeping concentration risk in check poses a challenge to many. In this webinar, sponsored by Interos, business continuity and third party risk experts discussing how to address these challenges across your extended supply chain.

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Going from Inherent Risk to Residual Risk in a Fast Changing Landscape

Date: September 9, 2020

Time: 11:00AM ET

Speakers:

  • Charlie Miller, Senior Advisor, The Santa Fe Group, Shared Assessments Program
  • Tom Garrubba, Vice President and CISO, The Santa Fe Group, Shared Assessments Program
  • Dov Goldman, Director of Risk and Compliance, Panorays

Description:

The year 2020 has brought on a combination of increasing supply chain complexity and remote work challenges due to the epidemic, ever growing usage of cloud-based applications and infrastructure, new data privacy regulations and rising cyberattacks.

“Monitoring” third parties has been best practice for a number of years. It’s even more important now, given all the above.

There is no shortage of data to consume, but who has the expertise and bandwidth to keep on top of this veritable flood of information? The answer for many organizations may be in truly understanding the inherent risk of every relationship, and tying residual risk ratings dynamically to events revealed by monitoring tools and other data we gather.

In this webinar attendees will learn how:

  • Organizations without an “army” of analysts can effectively monitor their third parties
  • Issues surfaced in continuous monitoring affect residual risk
  • To assess vendors who may be operating outside of data privacy addendums because of the new work-from-home dynamics
  • An integrated risk view can and should include geopolitical, financial and other risks
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