MBA Education Successful Practices in Third-Party Risk Management Sept. 25

MBA Education presents Successful Practices in Third-Party Risk Management on Sept. 25 at the JW Marriott LA Live, in conjunction with the MBA Risk Management and Quality Assurance Forum.

Third-Party Risk Management has become a key focus area and has seen heightened attention by regulators in recent years in the wake of data breaches and security events tied to use of vendors and suppliers. This increased scrutiny has raised the need for formal and defensible third-party risk management programs to the highest level. These programs must prioritize, assess and report on the use of third-party vendors and suppliers consistent with an organization’s risk appetite and business objectives. A well-governed program has multiple components that contribute to a successful outcome.

This four-hour workshop will review essential components of an effective TPRM program along with governance and executive support needed to develop and maintain such a program. What constitutes success and how it reduces risk for the organization will be featured, along with best practices for conducting and responding to assessments. Concepts in continuous monitoring and collaboration will be presented to illustrate where this dynamic risk area is going and how to prepare for it.

Who Should Attend
Compliance Officers
Risk Managers
Vendor Managers

Shawn H. Malone, Founder & CEO, Security Diligence LLC
Brad Keller, Senior Director, Third Party Strategy, Prevalent Inc.

JW Marriott LA Live
900 W. Olympic Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

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Attendees of both the MBA RMQA Forum and the Third-Party Risk Management Workshop can receive $50 off their respective registration fees, for a total savings of $100. Please contact for this discount.

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