Vendor Risk Management Asia 2020
The adversaries adapt and focus their attacks through indirect channels through third parties, supply chains, and other third parties. They also seek to take advantage of the weakest link.
You can also see a lot of breaches in the news from indirect channels such as suppliers, governments and research institutions, universities and other non-governmental organisations.
It is crucial to include a Third Party Risk Management in your cybersecurity strategy.
I am pleased to announce that I will participate in the Vendor Risk Management Asia Summit. Here I will highlight some of these risks and how you can minimize them.
When: 27-28 January 2021
Here are the details:
Overview of information security standards, especially in light of new regulations
* Navigating through the overlapping qualities and complying with multiple frameworks.
* Understanding common cybersecurity frameworks and regulatory requirements to improve compliance
I moderate a panel discussion:
Establishing a privacy governance framework across vendor networks to ensure data compliance* Building awareness, sharing a culture, and conducting a vendor network-wide risk assessment to identify talent and skill gaps* Assigning defined responsibilities for cybersecurity, privacy, data ethics and other issues to the right talent* Using a holistic approach to managing risks throughout the entire data lifecycle
For more information on evets:
2nd ANNUAL VENDOR-RISK MANAGEMENT ASSIA SUMMIT 2021
Vendor risk management has been a growing concern worldwide, and it has now become one of the most important aspects in enterprise risk management. 4 out of 10 organizations have mature vendor risk management (VRM), while 1 in 3 have ad hoc, or no significant VRM processes.
The highest growth rate for the Asia-Pacific vendor market is expected in 2019-2024. APAC has seen the most rapid adoption of new technologies. It is expected to register the highest CAGR in global vendor risk market during the next period.
Companies operating in APAC benefitting from the flexible economic conditions, industrialization-motivated policies of the governments, as well as from the growing digitalization, expected to have a significant impact on the business community.
Inventicon’s 2nd Annual Vendor Risk Management Asia Summit 2021 aims to serve as a platform to focus on third party risks. Top-level professionals from leading organisations will share their best practices to identify and reduce vendor risk effectively. They will also provide benchmarking information to ensure alignment. This information will help you to foster third-party compliance and efficient due diligence.
KEY TOPICS OF THE DISCUSSION
Vendor Risk Management Asia Summit