Third-party cybersecurity risks and incidents have increased exponentially for healthcare entities. But have your third-party risk management practice matured in parallel? Or are you still relying on questionnaires that were never effective, self-attestation (which is not a security control), and antiquated vendor management processes that fall apart after onboarding?
It’s time for healthcare cybersecurity leaders to take a new approach to third-party risk management, and that is the mission of this executive roundtable discussion: To build a better TPRM model.
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*Please note that this is an invitation-only event and space is limited. All requests to attend will be reviewed by our event staff and approved based on professional qualifications and event capacity. Additionally, these events will not be recorded and the Chatham House Rule will apply.
Join Gary Phipps, VP Strategy & Business Transformation at event sponsor ProcessUnity, to gain her unique insight into new TPRM strategies.
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VP Strategy & Business Transformation
Gary has over 20 years of experience in program design, supporting initiatives related to risk management, regulatory compliance, and internal control enforcement across various industries, including defense and energy. Before joining ProcessUnity, Gary served as an advisor to the Citizen’s Utility Board and the DoD, providing guidance on regulatory compliance.
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ProcessUnity delivers a force multiplier for Third-Party Risk Management, enabling you to modernize your program, eliminate tradeoffs, elevate team performance, and ultimately close your TPRM vulnerability gap. Our unique combination of workflow, data, global risk exchange and AI-powered teams accelerates diligence, extends vendor coverage, and maximizes your program effectiveness.
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