OneTrust Vendorpedia Expands VendorRiskConnect Workshop Series
Registration is now open for VendorRiskConnect 2020! VendorRiskConnect workshops are free, in-person events that take place globally. These interactive sessions focus on key industry issues, offering education and training for topics, including: security frameworks and controls, third-party risk trends, and vendor performance monitoring best practices.
VendorRiskConnect workshops are led by experienced security and privacy practitioners and designed to arm you with practical advice to mature your third-party risk program.
Register for a VendorRiskConnect Workshop
- March 3rd | Dallas, Texas
- March 4th | London, United Kingdom
- March 10th | Atlanta, Georgia
- April 3rd | Brussels, Belgium
- April 7th | Amsterdam, Netherlands
- April 21st | Boston, Massachusetts
- May 14th | Paris, France
- June 2nd | San Francisco, California
What Will You Learn?
New content for 2020 will dive deep into the pressing issues facing today’s procurement, sourcing, security, and privacy professionals through practitioner-led sessions and interactive hands-on activities.
Topic #1: Understanding Security Controls and Frameworks
With risk, comes controls. And with controls, comes confusion. This session lays the groundwork for the development of a mature third-party risk program, providing you with a security controls and frameworks overview as well as control implementation best practices.
Topic #2: Expanding Third-Party Risk Management
To some, third-party risk management may be restricted to cyber risks and cloud vendors. For others, its business continuity and the supply chain. In this session, you’ll learn how world-class third-party risk teams are evolving their programs to address risks beyond cybersecurity.
Topic #3: Blueprint for Risk and Performance Monitoring
There’s a reason some organizations call it third-party “relationship” management. Vendor engagements are ongoing, making risk and performance monitoring vital. This session will lay out a blueprint for risk and performance monitoring methods, as well as provide insight into what to track and how.
Want to advance your career and meet your local third-party risk peers? Register for a VendorRiskConnect workshop today!