Untangling the Web: Navigating Third-Party Risk in a Hyperconnected World

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Supply chain cyber-attacks are on the rise, exploiting vulnerabilities in interconnected ecosystems to infiltrate core systems and inflict widespread damage and data loss.

This panel discussion will dissect the challenges and best practices for managing third-party risk in today's complex cybersecurity landscape, from small local firms to global software providers.

Join experts during this panel to learn about:

  • The expanding attack surface: Analyzing the evolving landscape of supply chain cyber threats and their potential impact.
  • Beyond the checklist: Understand how to implement robust security frameworks, vendor risk assessment protocols, and continuous monitoring.
  • Roadmaps to success: Why plotting a roadmap for the onboarding of new vendors is vital, especially in times of mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures.

This session was part of Infosecurity Magazine's Online Summit Spring 2024


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Chris Dimitriadis

Chief Global Strategy Officer, ISACA

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Sarah Pearce

Partner, Hunton Andrew Kurth

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Sam Watling

Head of Information Security GRC, TUI

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