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.
With growing executive demand for changes to cybersecurity processes and awareness comes inherent challenges to an organization.
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.