The Shift to Third-Party Management
As the security landscape has evolved, organizations have opened themselves to more risk vectors than ever before – and that number will only continue to climb. Traditionally, the corporate vendor ecosystem — the community of third parties a company shares information with — is analyzed under the lens of third-party risk management (TPRM). More recently, the third-party risk community has seen a major shift to emphasizing the criticality of Ethics and ESG (environmental, social, and governance), pushing risk and security professionals to reconsider the way these implementations are managed.
This shift has prompted the larger security community to consider ESG and Ethics factors as major risk domains, expanding the scope of what was once known as Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) to Third-Party Management (TPM).
Download our eBook to learn everything you need to know about the shift to TPM. In the eBook, you will learn about:
- The shift to third-party trust management (TPM): What is TPM and why does it matter?
- What is third-party trust management?
- Who does third-party trust management matter to?
- Best Practices for TPM
- How can OneTrust help with TPM?