Third-party risk has always been a pain point for compliance officers, but external factors like globalization and escalating cyber-risks are continuously changing the way compliance officers have to think about how to manage third-party risk. In this e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with RSA, we try to cut through that confusion by exploring the various ways that third parties create risks and how companies can tackle those risks proactively.

First, we will explore how human trafficking lawsuits are exposing supply chain risk—and how to get ahead of them. Compliance officers will also learn how to gain the assurance they need to make their products and operations more secure as the company’s global supply chain grows. Then we look at a benchmark report on how compliance officers are managing their third-party risks and where they’re focusing due diligence efforts.

Next, as the Defense Department takes a harder look at supply chain risks posed by government contractors who provide IT products and services, this e-Book delves into how compliance officers can prepare to review how their supply chain risks might affect eligibility to bid on future contracts.

Finally, in an era where third-party risk represents the next frontier in the ongoing cyber-war, you will hear how one global company navigated a cyber-breach and conquered the crisis head-on.