Are Your Third Parties a Privacy Compliance Liability? 5 Tips to Reduce Your Exposure

Resource Third-Party Risk

Third-party relationships are critical to do business in the modern world. However, increasing your reliance on third parties can expose your business to increased privacy and compliance liabilities. Evolving privacy regulations, including five state-specific laws, and existing security requirements create additional third-party risk complexity and compliance concerns that make third-party risk management (TPRM) a board-level concern.


A mature third-party risk management (TPRM) program enables organizations to reduce privacy-related risks and maintain records for compliance with greater ease while increasing collaboration and visibility across business units, such as security, legal, and procurement.​


In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to create a TPRM program that prioritizes privacy compliance and simplifies recordkeeping. Attend to learn how to:

  • Identify potential privacy-related third-party risks
  • Document third-party privacy controls
  • Reduce data sprawl and minimize the risks of cross-border data transfers
  • Demonstrate compliance and meet regulatory requirements


Become a master of TPRM. Register for the Third-Party Risk Management Academy here!


The speaker Chris Paterson's profile image
Chris Paterson

Director of Strategy,​ Third Party Management​


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Kethaki Ashwin

Solutions Engineer,​ Privacy​


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