Insights: Events Risk-Based Vendor Management Fundamentals

Examine the cutting-edge issues in designing and executing privacy and security risk assessments

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

This webinar will discuss crucial questions like which elements should be present in a savvy risk assessment, how to quantify risk, whether and when to create a tiered assessment regime, and who should be responsible at each stage of the review, assessment, and remediation process. The information will equip you with practical knowledge of the risk assessment process that can be implemented whether an organization is designing a brand new risk assessment process or refining a sophisticated existing one.


Vendor Management Overview

  • Liability Case Studies
  • Vendor Assessment and Contracting Process
  • Ongoing Vendor Management and Vendor Offlining

Vendor Contracting and Risk Assessments

  • What Are the Goals of a Risk Assessment?
  • What Are the Elements of a Good Risk Assessment Framework?
  • Is There Value in Instituting a Tiered Assessment Regime?
  • Considerations With Numerical Risk Scores
  • Considerations With Qualitative Scores
  • What to Provide Beyond a Simple Checklist
  • Who Should Be Responsible for Each Aspect of the Assessment?
  • How Are Remediation Measures Designed and Executed?

Ongoing Vendor Management and Offlining

  • Vendor Inventory
  • Vendor Privacy Audits
  • Inventory of Vendor Data
  • Data Subject Rights
  • Deletion or Return of Data
  • Assessing Ongoing

Event Details

Wednesday, September 18, 2019-

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET

CLE Credit

CLE* (1.5 hours in select states)
*For detailed credit information, visit


Beth Yates

Business Development Manager

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