BitSight: Setting a Higher Standard for Third Party Risk Management
Event submitted on Wednesday, June 17th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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This event is all about Third Party Risk Management. Who and how do you trust? The folks over at BitSight are experts in this field so we’d highly recommend you attend this event if it is of interest and you work within the risk remit in Cybersecurity. This event is online, virtual and is being beamed in from Boston. We wish the folks over at BitSight the best of luck with this webinar.
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Chances are you rely on external vendors for many of your business-critical applications and services. You entrust them with your data and count on their operational resiliency. But how much do you really know about them?
Partner and support the business as they get the benefits of using third parties without introducing unknown or unwanted risk.
This free full-day virtual event provides a rare and essential immersive learning experience that will show you how to leverage BitSight Security Ratings as a powerful tool for third-party risk management (TPRM).
Keynotes and deep-dive breakout sessions, demos, and virtual collaboration engage you in learning and best practices – as well as introduce you to the BitSight platform experience that sets a higher standard for TPRM.
- Learn how BitSight drives value across your TPRM program
- Hear real-world use cases about successful TPRM programs – and how they got there
- Gain an expert perspective on managing security as you navigate the current storm of disruption
- Participate in open live chat rooms with BitSight engineers who can answer your questions
Participate in open live chat rooms with BitSight engineers who can answer your questions.
Whether you are just getting started or want to mature your existing TPRM program, there’s plenty of relevant content.