March 26, 2019 at 1pm EST
Third Party Risk Management processes are evolving at a rapid pace. The need to balance efficiency, compliance, and risk is challenging teams more than ever. Companies are sourcing more and more of their business processes, sometimes unknowingly, to a supply chain that is not apparent. Whether you have a third party risk management (TPRM) program that is heavily manual with Excel, SharePoint, Email, etc., a semi-automated workflow for your vendor process or a fully-integrated TPRM program – there are paths to TPRM maturity! Listen to our webinar on March 26, 2019 at 1pm EST with Jennifer Pesci-Anderson from Verterim, Inc., and Drew Wilkinson from Security Scorecard to learn more.
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VP, Services and Customer Success at SecurityScorecard
Drew is the VP of Services and Customer Success at SecurityScorecard and is responsible for the company’s professional services and ensuring elite customer support. With more than seventeen years experience, he has deep experience in vendor risk management, procurement, process improvement, and cost reduction across the pharmaceutical, financial services, healthcare, and manufacturing verticals. After beginning his career as a chief mechanical designer for General Electric, he pivoted to vendor management where he worked for Booz & Company, MetroHealth Medical Center, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Prevalent, Inc., aligning operating performance with corporate business objectives.
VP, National Practice Lead at Verterim
Jennifer is the VP, National Practice Lead for Verterim with a focus on development of GRC programs, strategy, operational risk management and general industry best practices. Prior to joining Verterim, Jennifer was a Director of Enterprise Risk Management in a large, fortune 500 Financial Services company where she developed and grew an award winning GRC program (with patents awarded) and assisted in the overall start up of Operational Risk. Jennifer has 17+ years of experience in Risk Management, GRC, establishing programs and is currently a guest lecturer at Boston College in the masters’ Cyber Security program.