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“A New Approach to Third & Fourth-Party Risk Management”
by Eric Von Linden
Governing and managing third-party relationships continues to be more complex and significant given all of the new regulations, technologies and standards. Organizations want to protect themselves and their clients from third-party threats, but their current approaches are leaving too many gaps in their program. What if there was a better way, a smarter way to manage and continuously monitor all of your third and fourth-party relationships, while reducing both the time and the cost to do so?
In this session, you will learn best practices on how to effectively build and manage your third-party risk program. In addition, you will be introduced to a new industry network approach that is helping organizations save time and money associated with vendor risk management.
About the Speaker
Eric brings an entire career worth of technology to the Prevalent team, from his eight years of data storage experience with EMC2 and Wachovia bank, to six plus years designing and implementing information security and risk management solutions at Prevalent. Eric’s passion for learning continues with his most recent certification from Shared Assessments, Certified Third-Party Risk Professional (CTPRP). Eric is tasked with building out the Sales Engineering team and helping deliver the Prevalent Experience€ to all of Prevalent’s clients.
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Remember that Baltimore Node, HacDC, Nova Labs, Reverse Space, and Unallocated Space are five local hacker spaces that also hold several standard activities each week ... so check them out for more fun stuff to do.