How to Optimize Third-Party Risk Management Programs Through NIST CSF 2.0

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Extensive digital transformation programs in organizations over the past few years has sparked an explosion in their use of third-party services. While this trend has helped enhanced operational capabilities, it has also expanded organizations’ cyber-attack surfaces, with an explosion in access points and potential vulnerabilities.

The latest edition of the popular National Institute of Standards and Technology's Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF), version 2.0, has recognized these changes and provides new guidance to help organizations effectively manage the subsequent risk.

In this webinar, an expert panel will explore the updates to the CSF in relation to third-party risk, and offer practical advice on how to integrate the framework into their supply chain risk management programs.

Join this session to learn about:

  • The evolving third-party risk management landscape, and how attackers are taking advantage of more complex attack surfaces
  • How the NIST CST 2.0 approaches this area of cybersecurity and why these changes have been made
  • How to effectively integrate the provisions into your third-party risk management program, taking into account your specific organization and sector

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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Ed Moyle

Systems and Software Security Director, Drake Software

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Dave Stapleton

CISO & VP Security Operations, ProcessUnity

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