10 Essential Steps to Streamline Third-Party Risk Assessments
Sponsored by OneTrust
This event qualifies for 1 CPE credit accredited by GRC Certify and NASBA if you meet the completion criteria (50 minutes of attendance and answer 100% of polls presented). Credit is automatically tracked to all of your OCEG / GRC Certify certifications and recorded on your CPE Transcript. You will also receive a NASBA certificate of completion by email.
Join us as we outline the latest vendor risk assessment tips and tactics that you can implement to build a more efficient third-party risk management practice.
- Learn the challenges relating to third-party risk assessments
- Learn best practices for how you can save hours on third-party risk assessments
- Learn how you can leverage inherent risks and tiered assessments
You spend countless hours assessing your third parties, stuck in spreadsheets, trying to sift through last year’s emails to find the right third-party contact and the most up-to-date questionnaire. And when assessments are finally completed (which can take months), you still need to review and validate the answers, as well as mitigate any identified risks.
As your program evolves, the need to simplify the third-party risk assessment process becomes unavoidable. So, what can you do to streamline assessment completion and simplify third-party risk reviews? In this webinar, we’ll outline the latest vendor risk assessment tips and tactics that you can implement to build a more efficient third-party risk management practice.
Shiven Patel, Manager, Third-Party Risk, OneTrust
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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