Even though organizations might have performed third-party risk assessments at the beginning of the year, it’s possible that their business continuity plans didn’t include a response to a pandemic.
COVID19 disrupted supply chains. We take a look from a third-party risk perspective, and provide some tips to boost the supply chain resilience.
There are many ways and frameworks to do TPRM, but organizations usually follow one of the following three: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Although the servers of a third-party were affected, it is the Healthcare organization that needs to notify the tens of thousands affected, including 56,000 donors. Today we’ll dive into third-party risk management and liability.
ThirdPartyTrust has been recognized as a Niche Player in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for IT Vendor Risk Management Tools, 2020.
Through our ThirdPartyTrust Osano Integration, the Scans page now contains a Privacy Score together with other third-party security information.
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.
Discussions on privacy laws have taken front and center in recent weeks as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) begins to be enforced by European Union (EU) member states on May 25, 2018. As we have been discussing for a while, there is confusion as data collectors try to figure out the impact of this legislation. There is…
There remains a significant amount of mis-information and utter chaos regarding the continued use of trusted third parties in support of business operations.