Webinar: Third-party risk management and preparedness for the unforeseen business disruptions
Watch our webinar to get insights on what the common questions in terms of outsourcing and third-party risk management are in a time of crisis.
On 3 April Monika Silkart hosted a webinar on third-party risk management and preparedness for the unforeseen business
The current pandemic and the quarantine-related counter-measures continue to cause significant disruptions for the businesses across the globe. It has exposed many companies to vulnerabilities relating to their critical third parties. However, it is important that businesses do not focus solely on an accelerated decision making to patch the gaps, but also think ahead of the current crisis. This entails that companies look into the long-term solutions that can increase visibility of the critical third-party relationships, ensure daily efficiencies and help build sustainable operational continuity strategies.
At the webinar, we discussed the effect of the unforeseen disruptions in the outsourcing and supply chain relationships and provide ideas as to what could help ensure continuous operation.
You can watch the recorded webinar here.
Watch the webinar to get:
- Insights on what the common questions in terms of outsourcing and third-party risk management are in a time of crisis
- Examples of good third-party risk management practices that can help operational continuity in cases of unforeseen disruptions
- Suggestions on what solutions and technologies are available for achieving the long-term business objectives and can help build resilience for the next ‘black swan’ event.
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