Manage Third-Party Risk In One Place  

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Onboard new vendors with consistent, compliant and secure automated processes
Maintain a centralized data library of all your vendors for holistic risk management
Quickly import or integrate with security, financial, and firmographic intelligence providers to reduce manual administration
Diligent Risk Solutions
Streamline Vendor Onboarding & Classification
  • Send assessment surveys to new and existing vendors, delivering a full vendor profile for review
  • Select viable third-party vendors and prioritize risk remediation
  • Manage contracts with a flexible workflow and sign off process
  • Centralize the collation and storage of all completed surveys and risk assessments for your audit trail
Build Resilience With Scalable Third-Party Risk Management
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As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, many organizations are turning their attention to the rising number of third-party risk incidents. The sudden shift to remote work left many companies and government entities vulnerable and IT departments struggling to implement effective controls to prevent attacks.
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When building the foundations of a formal third-party risk management program, it’s critical to factor in the needs of your clients — both internal and external. Here’s how you can deliver against their expectations.
A chief risk officer who is happy with their third-party risk management policy.
While it’s easy to see the benefits of bringing third parties on board – higher revenues and lower costs, outsourcing can introduce a significant threat of risk that can bring long-term reputational and financial damage to your organization.
Third parties help organizations better serve customers, grow revenues, and cut costs. But they can also cause serious damage if you don’t properly manage your extended enterprise.
A successful third-party risk management (TPRM) program extends way beyond just the onboarding process; organizations need to be invested in the total TPRM lifecycle — from start to finish — if they want to manage risk properly.