CISOs Investigate: Third Party Risk Management includes contributions from security leaders who build third party risk programs both inhouse and have deployed or are looking to deploy third-party risk management solutions. Spanning verticals, the CISO contributors share first-hand use cases and provide guidance from their own experience and expert knowledge.
Serving as the lead researcher and author of the report is alliantgroup CISO Mike Davis accompanied by the series executive editor, higher education CISO Bob Turner.
CISO Editors Include:
Cherokee Nation Businesses CISO Nikk Gilbert
Premise Health CISO Joey Johnson
ServiceMax CISO Al Ghous
Woodforest National Bank CISO & SVP Information Security Marc Crudgington
CISO Contributors Include:
Hellman & Friedman CISO Matt Hollcraft
H.I.G. Capital CISO Marcos Marrero
Markel Corporation CISO & Privacy Officer Patricia Titus
Nexteer Automotive CISO & Privacy Officer Arun DeSouza
Ricoh USA, Inc. VP Corporate and Information Security, CSO David Levine
RWJBarnabas Health CISO Hussein Syed
“This report is different than anything else available, as my peers and I applied our know-how building and maintaining TPRM programs. We talk about our challenges and use our real-world experiences, what has worked for us and what hasn’t, to provide information on what an effective program should look like,” says lead researcher and author Mike Davis.
The report includes sections on the technology and programs – whether designed and built in house, outsourced to a TPRM vendor or a combination. It also reviews staffing implications, recommendations for TPRM to the C-Suite and possible objections and obstacles.
“For any CISO looking to understand how to build a TPRM program or how to enhance one already in place, this CISOs Investigate report will help them answer many of the questions they may have,” says Marc Crudgington, CISO and SVP Information Security of Woodforest National Bank.