In Utilities, there’s a saying that “Safety is everybody’s business”. At some level, cybersecurity is becoming a part of everyone’s job too.
A consistent scoring system for quantifying your TPRM program will improve decision-making, enhance visibility, and demonstrate the value of your strategy.
As of October 1st, 2020 energy organizations will have to focus on addressing specific third-party cybersecurity risks. This blog looks at some key points of the standard and how TPRM technology can help complyi.
Here are five common mistakes to avoid along with our tips for building the TPRM program in a way that best serves your organization and the people who work within it.
It’s hard to set expectations and discuss findings via email. Here’s how to improve communication with third-parties for a successful TPRM program.
The OWASP Top 10 is a good starting point for detecting possible issues around third-party components. So how does it relate to TPRM?
We gathered the questions you might need to ask to find the right tool. Download our Buyer’s Guide to Third-Party Risk Management ebook for free!
With all the different types of certifications and risk assessments in Legal, what’s the definite proof that a third-party can be trusted?
Financial services organizations have to stay on their toes to ensure compliance in the context of outsourcing and third-party risk management (TPRM).
The audit trail can track active, non-active and total third-parties over time, helping you get a better understanding of capacity and planning.