Healthcare organizations need to bring in a large number of technology providers to assist in delivering medical services, protecting data and complying with strict standards like HIPAA. So it’s fair to say that third-party risk management for healthcare organizations is a must.
So you have assessed your third-parties and established a TPRM program. But what about the risk posed by your vendors’ third-parties? It’s time to start thinking about fourth-party risk.
Modern businesses are increasingly dependent on third-parties who are geographically dispersed across the globe. Here’s why you should start thinking about continuous location risk monitoring.
Gartner predicts that by 2023, organizational spending on third-party risk management (TPRM) technologies within the Legal industry will increase by 50%. What can tech actually do for the industry?
With new, easy to sign up for and install tools, employees may engage a third-party without involving security teams at all or until the very end of the process. Here are a few tips on how to get them aware and onboard with a security assessment.
We often hear terms like “supplier”, “provider”, “vendor” or “third-party” used indistinctly, but they’re not the same. We believe “third-party” is a much more powerful concept and here’s why.
Although most organizations understand its importance, it can be difficult to start and maintain a scalable third-party risk management program. Bob Wilkinson, Founder & CEO of Cyber Marathons Solutions, shares tips and best practices.
On January 1, 2020 the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) of 2018 came into effect. Although it impacts thousands of businesses across the country, with stiff financial penalties, many business leaders are still unsure about what it means. This blog looks at some key points of the law and its impact on third-party risk management.
Learn how Take-Two overcame its third-party risk management challenges with the ThirdPartyTrust platform.
January 28 is Data Privacy Day, an international effort to empower users and encourage businesses to ‘respect privacy, safeguard data and enable trust.’ In an increasingly data-driven world, you need to make sure your company is going the extra mile to protect your customers and users. That means keeping an eye on your third-parties that…