C-Suite Panel: Building a Third-Party Risk Strategy Across Security, Privacy, Ethics, and ESG
Third-party risk management (TPRM) is a common thread that spans security, privacy, ethics, and ESG. However, these teams and leaders often do not collaborate to achieve a shared mission: reduce third-party risk. As the requirements for each individual risk domain increase, it’s not enough to have a tunnel-vision strategy to track and address vendor risks.
A successful third-party risk program breaks down these risk silos and implements an inclusive approach to reduce vendor risk across domains. With an aligned approach, organizations can have a complete view of risks that can help streamline due diligence, simplify compliance reporting, and enhance oversight of vendor risks as they change over time.
So, how do you manage the intersection of security, privacy, ethics, and ESG within your third-party risk program? In this C-Suite panel, industry professionals across each of these risk domains will discuss the challenges and opportunities of a cohesive third-party risk management program, including:
- Why each risk domain is critical and how to balance differing priorities
- How to align your risk appetite across security, privacy, ethics, and ESG teams
- Why these teams struggle to collaborate today and how to resolve these issues
- Advice for leaders to build a more cohesive third-party risk strategy
Chief Trust Officer
Head of ESG CoE
Head of CISO CoE
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
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