Many companies are increasing risk budgets in response to COVID-19’s wide-scale disruptions in 2020 and expanding their Risk Intelligence programs. Unfortunately, many widely used third-party risk management practices such as point-in-time assessments and one-time health reviews were ineffective as the situation and risks continued to change and cascade.
Doing more of the same is not the right answer moving forward. It is time to find a new, more responsive operating model for risk assurance and resilience in the supply chain.
In our latest event we'll be joined by John Bree, Chief Evangelist and CRO of Supply Wisdom to discuss:
● Why traditional risk management practices are insufficient to ensure resiliency,
● Increasing your risk aperture beyond cyber and financial risk,
● The importance and value of continuous risk monitoring, and
● Building an automated risk management process that is focused on effective and efficient risk actions and responses.
The session will include interactive Q&A so delegates are encouraged to submit any questions or challenges they may have before and during the event.