Third-Party Vulnerabilities: Demystifying the Unknown

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What parts of your cyber supply chain are you unknowingly neglecting? The SolarWinds hack was a wake-up call for companies to check their suppliers and partners for risk. There are still plenty of other dangers lurking in third party systems ranging from software applications and APIs through to embedded devices, chipsets, firmware, and IoT solutions.

These risks lie in other organizations' assets and are seemingly out of your control, but there are protective measures that you can take. Attending this webinar will give you a new perspective on this complex challenge and some actionable insights on where to begin.

Talking points will include:

  • The kinds of vulnerabilities that exist in third-party resources
  • How to audit for supply chain vulnerabilities
  • Strategies for mitigating supply chain vulnerabilities early

Speakers

Amy Black

Director - Security, Privacy, and Risk Services, RSM

Danny Bradbury

Contributing Writer & North America Webinar Moderator

Jeremiah  Roe

Solutions Architect & Red Team Expert, Synack

Larry  Whiteside Jr

Chief Trust Officer & Chief Technology Officer, CyberClan

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