Accelerate Third-Party Cyber Risk Assessments: Leveraging Workflow, Data and AI

Joel Brandon, Director, EMEA,  ProcessUnity

Sophia Corsetti, Senior Product Specialist, ProcessUnity

Are slow or low-quality assessment responses keeping you from understanding your third-party risk? Having both breadth and depth of data from a reliable source is crucial to make your vendor assessments less painful and get the risk information you need. In this session, we’ll explore the top solutions organizations use to increase the accuracy, speed and value of their assessments.

Add this session to your agenda to learn how to:

-Get higher-quality data from hard-to-assess vendors

-Leverage emerging AI use cases to retrieve and analyze data

-Take meaningful action from assessment insights

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