As organizations work to address the ever-changing world of data privacy and security compliance, what have they done to address the operational risks that extend beyond the bounds of the organization?
Privacy- and security-focused laws and regulations create incentives for effective third party risk governance. Today’s data controllers require not only contractual compliance, but proactive, meaningful due diligence. In short, organizational leaders need effective processes and tools to meet the challenges of managing third-party relationships.
Widely-accepted frameworks help data privacy and security leaders ask the right questions and gain useful insights along each stage of the vendor management lifecycle. This session provides leaders a sound foundation for the management of third-party privacy and security risk.
- Recognize today's challenges for third party risk management.
- Leverage widely-accepted third party risk governance frameworks for data processors.
- Develop strategies for effective and efficient third party risk management.
About Adam Stone
Adam Stone, MBA, FIP (Fellow in Information Privacy), CIPP, CIPM, CISSP-ISSMP, HCISPP, CHPS, is principal and chief privacy officer for Minneapolis-based Secure Digital Solutions. Stone has more than 30 years’ business leadership experience with 20 years overseeing data privacy and security functions for healthcare, insurance, financial services and marketing organizations. He can be reached at email@example.com.