5 Trending Cybersecurity Threats:
Are Your Third Parties at Risk?

Tuesday, April 26, 2022
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

RIMS Member FREE | Non-member $50

Sponsored by
OneTrust GRC - Integrated Risk Management

How vulnerable are your third parties when it comes to the most common and emerging cybersecurity threats? Do you know if those third parties have the right cybersecurity controls in place? Do you know how to identify which third parties put your organizations at risk—and how to mitigate those risks before they impact your bottom line?

InfoSec teams are facing larger and more sophisticated cybersecurity threats than ever before. In the last year, there has been a 62% global attack spike (158% increase in North American attacks alone) in ransomware, and an increased focus on attacks by regulatory bodies. Teams not only have to track vulnerabilities within their internal security posture but also ensure that their prospective third parties are vetted before engaging in business. In addition, these threats are leading to new regulatory requirements as well as critical changes to common industry standards and frameworks.

In this webinar panel, you’ll learn about these trends from OneTrust Head of CISO Center of Excellence (CoE), Justin Henkel and Senior Analyst of InfoSec GRC, Aime Kpokame.

Note: All downloads and related contact information will be accessible to the webinar sponsor.


You will learn:

  • The most common and emerging cybersecurity threats against your third parties
  • The metrics to track in relation to third parties and their cybersecurity risks
  • How to protect your business from cybersecurity threats associated with your vendors
  • How to future-proof your TPRM program to defend against future cybersecurity threats


Justin Henkel

Justin Henkel
Head of CISO CoE

Aime Kpokame

Aime Kpokame
Senior Analyst, InfoSec GRC, Center of Excellence (CoE)

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