Hear compliance and information security experts share cutting-edge resources and action-driven knowledge to help you stay current with the shifting compliance landscape.
Vendor vulnerabilities continue to plague many industries and teams are struggling to manage the associated risk volatility. A strong third-party risk management (TPRM) program can help alleviate the impact of related risks. The building blocks of a successful program include a sturdy workflow for vendor onboarding along with ongoing monitoring of each vendor. Join leading industry professionals as they discuss practical steps you can take to advance your TPRM program, including risk-based control mapping and determining review cadences.
The global economy's digital transformation accelerated over the course of COVID-19, revealing the vulnerabilities inherent in a connected world. How do we discover, visualize, quantify, and report the risks of our new digital products and services? Which reportable metrics show that we're effectively managing digital risk? Digital risk lies at the intersection of strategic, operational, and technology risk. To be most effective, CISOs and their teams must communicate how technology risk in the form of security threats and vulnerabilities contributes to digital business success or failure. Too often, CISOs report business-relevant items, but not in terms that business leaders can readily understand. During this session, you'll learn about building clearer links between technology risk and the desired outcomes that business leaders require.
As technology advances and cybersecurity grows in importance, compliance requirements continue to increase. The old way of asking system admins for point-in-time screenshots, multiple times a year, is inefficient and outdated. In order to evolve the security compliance profession, we need a new way of performing compliance activities through continuous automation. This session will spotlight the way forward for compliance teams in today's ever-evolving cyber risk landscape.
In today's dynamic risk landscape, it's more important than ever to stay in front of the latest trends and regulatory changes.
At InfoSec Compliance Now — a 3-hour virtual event — we'll uncover 2022 trends, the latest technology innovations, and actionable insights that will help you protect and advance your organization.
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