Join Pfizer’s Keith Lichtenwalner to learn how he evolved Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) from a tactical, spreadsheet-centric process to a strategic, highly automated and scalable program.
Developing or maturing a TPRM program can be a daunting task. New vendors must be evaluated and brought on board quickly. Join us as we discuss the key components you must have in place to have a solid foundation.
The OCC has issued two supplements this year which contain significant insights into regulatory expectations. What does your TPRM program need to include, and how can you execute the requirements?
The OCC Bulletin 2017-21 provides guidance into how to bring your third-party service provider program into compliance with OCC 2013-29 while addressing many areas that have received little, if any, formal comment by the OCC in the past.
The first deadline in the new NY State Cybersecurity Requirements (23 NYCRR 500) has arrived, with the Annual Statement of Compliance due by February 15th. Are you ready?
Vendor risk management is vital to a company’s ability to identify, monitor and manage its risk exposure from third-party suppliers of products and services.
Governing and managing third-party vendor relationships continues to be more complex and significant given all the new regulations, technologies and standards.
On Dec. 28, 2016, the State of New York issued a revised regulation on its Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies (23 NYCRR 500).
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