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Have the Schneider Downs Third-Party Risk Management team present to you and your executive team on what exactly TPRM should mean to your organization, the significance a mature program can provide in protecting your organization’s data, and how to employ best practices. Additionally, we perform specific training topics by request if there are certain areas that your team or management needs. Topics we have presented on in the past include:
Before you decide to start your own TPRM program or outsource processes, let us guide you as to how to get started and what might work best for your business like we have for various leadership groups and clients.
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The Schneider Downs Risk Advisory Services team has the expertise, credentials and tools to help you build, implement, recalibrate, and manage a world-class third-party risk management program. We understand that outsourcing business functions to third parties is essential in today’s business environment. While outsourcing provides benefits such as increased efficiency and cost savings, it also increases an organization’s risk exposure to a myriad of threats presented by outsourcing. Understanding how to identify and manage the risks presented by third party providers is vital for any business.
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