THIRD PARTY RISK MANAGEMENT USA: CROSS INDUSTRY

November 8-9, 2022 | Atlanta

Continuing from CeFPro’s successful Vendor & Third Party Risk series, this event provides a cross sector view of supply chain risks and opportunities. In a post pandemic environment, organizations are navigating a new normal and developing best practice in a changing environment. TPRM: Cross Industry aims to enhance collaboration across industries and utilize insight that can be redeployed across sectors.

Key Highlights Include

SUPPLY CHAIN
Managing increased complexity of global supply chain challenges and leveraging technology to stay ahead

CRITICAL SUPPLIERS
Evolving the definition of critical to identify critical services and providers stay agile in the new normal

ONBOARDING
Onboarding suppliers in heavily regulated industries whilst balancing risk assessment requirements

4TH PARTIES
Monitoring and understanding supply chains from 4th to Nth party and determining security protocols

CYBERSECURITY
Implementation of agile cybersecurity programs to protect the company internally and from external breaches

CONTINUOUS MONITORING
Developing advanced continuous monitoring capabilities to look beyond a point in time assessment

AUTOMATION
Utilizing automation capabilities within a TPRM program for enhanced insight and efficiency

CROSS SECTOR BEST PRACTICE
Reviewing lessons learnt across industries to determine best practice in varying levels of regulated sectors

Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson

TD bank

TD Bank

T-Mobile

T-Mobile

Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines

Chamberlain Group

Chamberlain Group

Federal Reserve Board

Federal Reserve Board

DocuSign

DocuSign

Royal Caribbean Group

Royal Caribbean Group

Meta

Tik Tok

Tik Tok

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8:00 Registration and breakfast

8:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Moderated by:

Colin Campbell, Sr Director of Solution Strategy, Aravo 

SUPPLY CHAIN – PANEL DISCUSSION

9:00 Managing increased complexity of global supply chain challenges and leveraging technology to stay ahead

Session details 

  • Increased likelihood of staff turnovers in an uncertain economic environment
    • Incorporating within supply chain due diligence
  • Continuation of supply chain risks as a result of Ukraine war
  • Challenges sourcing raw materials through to energy availability
  • Availability of critical materials and increased transportation costs
  • Managing concentration risks in geographies on supply of raw materials
  • Implications across industries financing and sourcing materials
  • Managing variability in lead time with fluctuations in delays
  • Understanding third party ability to deliver within supply chain
  • Understanding down and upstream impacts of disruptions at any point

Tallen Franklin, Senior Analyst, Third-Party Risk Management, T-Mobile
Dave CrozierSVP Digital Transformation Services, Certa
Jenny Reints, Sr. Director, Global Sourcing – Indirect & Real Estate, Chamberlain Group

CRITICAL SUPPLIERS – JOINT PRESENTATION 

9:45 Evolving the definition of critical to identify critical services and providers stay agile in the new normal

Session details 

  • Defining business criticality
  • Capturing suppliers providing critical service to customers
  • Being a pioneer in industry whilst mitigating risk
  • Identifying key features of ‘criticality’
  • Evolving definitions in an emerging market
  • Ensuring critical third parties are addressing emerging risks
  • Oversight requirements for key suppliers
    • Ensuring vendors are protecting the organization from impact

Michael Chang, Manager, North America Regional Partner – Speciality Chemicals,
Johnson & Johnson
Kenneth Martinez, Managing Director, Financial Risk Management, Delta Air Lines

10:20 Morning refreshment break

ONBOARDING

10:50 Onboarding suppliers in heavily regulated industries whilst balancing risk assessment requirements

Session details 

      • Onboarding small and diverse suppliers quicker
      • Managing pressures on fast turnaround from the business
      • Enhancing competitiveness and inclusivity with small and diverse suppliers
      • Balancing cost to supplier with lengthy processes
      • Risk evaluating company instead of service
      • Implementing pre-assessment techniques
      • Impact to supply chain with delays in onboarding
        • Need for faster turnaround with continued supply chain challenges
      • Managing reputation risks working with organizations in Russia whilst onboarding new suppliers

Andrew Moyad, Chief Executive Officer, Shared Assessments 

4TH PARTIES

11:25 Monitoring and understanding supply chains from 4th to Nth party and determining security protocols

Session details 

    • Industry specific access to equipment and firewalls
      • Healthcare case study with remote access to heart monitors
    • Procuring insight into fourth parties
    • Evidencing third parties have solid TPRM programs
    • Managing concentration risk across supply chains beyond 4th parties
      • Financial services case study
    • Managing access to data with fourth parties and beyond
    • Concentration risk with fourth and fifth parties 

Anit Banerjee, Third Party Risk Officer – Legal Risk Management, Meta

PERFORMANCE

12:00 Leveraging supplier performance management to its full potential and indicators to monitor core suppliers

Session details 

  • Indicators to determine when action is required
    • Using poor performance as an indicator
  • Identifying value in performance monitoring
  • Tracking SLAs and identifying strong vendors
  • Termination of non performing vendors
  • Relying on relationships as a fix to disruptions
  • Advancing supplier relationship management practices

Monica Manning, Chief Acquisition Officer, The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, formerly NASA

12:30 Lunch break and networking

CONTINUOUS MONITORING

1:30 Developing advanced continuous monitoring capabilities to look beyond a point in time assessment

Session details 

      • Monitoring vendors after risk assessments
      • Moving away from point in time assessments
      • Aggregators of data
      • Ensuring information security and privacy risks are protected
      • Developing an escalation plan
      • Prioritising and mapping controls
      • Financial reporting of private companies

Roxane Romulus, Third Party Risk Management, Voya Financial 

MACROECONOMIC RISKS

2:10 Addressing and tracking geopolitical risks and macroeconomic trends within a TPRM program

Session details 

  • Impact of the war in Ukraine on global supply chains across industries
    • Service and product chains
  • Managing inflationary pressures and economic instability
  • Continuity of the great resignation and impact to professional services
  • Due diligence and ongoing monitoring techniques
    • Management of material suppliers
  • Preparing for changes in availability and cost of key commodities
    • Spanning from energy costs to technology infrastructure
  • Identifying disruptions early and preparing
  • Counteracting a diminished workforce with reduced resources and funding
  • Benchmarking renegotiation of contracts with inflation rises

John Bree, Chief Evangelist and Chief Risk Officer, Supply Wisdom 

LOCATION

2:45 Managing location challenges and risk of concentration and upheaval in certain geographies

Session details 

  • Monitoring risks across locations
    • Climate events and political unrest
  • Alignment with ESG challenges
    • Evaluating environmental status and social justice
  • Downstream impact on industries of unrest in certain locations
  • Health services in countries with operations or facilities
  • Vendor concentration in geographies
  • Offshoring risks with teams in areas of political instability
  • Changing regulations across jurisdictions

Patrick Carr, Director of Supply Chain, Pelco Products tbc

3:25 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

ESG – PANEL DISCUSSION

3:55 Tracking environmental, societal and governance risks across supply chains and integrating within a TPRM program

Session details 

      • Monitoring diversity and inclusion of suppliers onboarded
      • Tracking modern slavery risks: Legislation globally across sectors
      • Alignment of standard setting organizations
        • Increased standardization within and across sectors
      • Evaluating third party risk against ESG metrics
      • Monitoring negative news stories and quantifying impact
      • Exploring measurable ways to progress ESG agendas
      • Balancing sustainability with realistic business practices
      • Scope 1, 2 & 3 emissions requirements

HR/PEOPLE RISK

4:40 Managing people and HR risks and developing enhanced controls and diligence

Session details 

      • Training, awareness and monitoring of uses of technology infrastructure
      • Risks of shifting resources with talent moving across industries
        • Managing high voluntary and involuntary turnover
      • Inclusion of social aspects of ESG:
        • Treatment of humans across suppliers: Compensation, diversity, employee retention programs etc.
      • Managing retention in offshore centres with high turnover rate
      • Recruitment and retention schemes for top talent providing services
        • Taking a risk-based approach to identify critical services and activities
      • Evaluation of future of work from home and hybrid opportunities

Rodney Campbell, SVP – Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley National Bank 

5:15 Chair’s closing remarks
5:25 End of day one and networking drinks reception

8:00 Registration and breakfast

8:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Moderated by:

Jeff Hodgin, VP Of Product, CyberGRX

CYBERSECURITY – PANEL DISCUSSION

9:00 Implementation of agile cybersecurity programs to protect the company internally and from external breaches

Session details 

      • Disaster recovery and incident response management
      • Implementation of multi factor authentication methods
        • Ensuring as a minimum standard for vendors with access to data
      • Analyzing third party controls and response plans
      • Increased cyber risks in a hybrid environment
      • Impact of moving services offshore on cyber threat landscape
      • Reviewing cyber insurance policies
      • Leveraging data to mitigate risk and financial implications
      • Cyber resilience: Recovery plans in event of a cyber breach

Phani Dasari, Head of Business Security, TikTok
Raquel Wilson, Third Party Risk Senior Analyst, DocuSign
Yevhen Zhurer, Head of Sales, Ekran

RANSOMWARE

9:45 Managing new techniques in ransomware attacks across industries and response tactics in an event

Session details 

  • Managing increased ransomware threats
  • Developing cybersecurity hygiene programs
  • Response techniques in the event of a ransomware attack
    • Benefits and drawbacks of paying ransom
    • Reputational impacts of breach and funding criminal activity

Ondrej Krehel, Chief Scientist & Fellow, Cyber Risk & Resilience Services, SecurityScorecard

10:20 Morning refreshment break and networking

10:50 10 Best practices for streaming your third party risk management workflows

Session details 

Session details 

 

  • Workflow development and accounting for abnormal situations​
  • Defining stakeholder roles and ensuring accountability​
  • Methods for improving collaboration and communication​
  • Metrics to track to identify workflow bottlenecks​

Carey Davison, Director, Third-Party Risk Solutions, OneTrust

RISK ASSESSMENT AND DUE DILIGENCE

11:25 Implementing efficient risk assessment and due diligence strategies to analyze and remediate risks

Session details 

  • Identifying high risk or critical vendors
    • Developing a tiered approach to assessments
  • Future of onsite assessments in the wake of Covid-19
    • Are virtual assessments sufficient?
  • Reviewing alternatives to onsite assessments
    • Limiting use of burdensome and repetitive questionnaires
  • Determining what level of depth is appropriate
  • Modeling assessments into manageable sizes
  • Determining criticality of vendors

Colin Campbell, Sr Director of Solution Strategy, Aravo
Amanda Rivera, Vice President of Procurement, Vulcan Materials Company

12:00 Top 5 Trends Procurement Leaders are Keeping Their Eyes on in 2023

Session details 

  • Reviewing trends for procurement leaders in 2023

  • Managing unprecedented supply chain disruptions
  • Navigating global turmoil including record high inflation and the impacts of COVID-19
  • Implementing non-traditional procurement strategies to stay afloat
  • Preparing for upcoming ESG regulations from the SEC

 

Jared Ezzell, Chief Customer Officer and Head of Partnerships, Certa

12:35 Lunch break and networking

PREDICTIVE MODELING

1:35 Developing robust predictive risk modeling capabilities and reviewing opportunities within TPRM

Session details 

  • Investment for TPRM teams
  • Examples of where predictive risk modeling has been applied in TPRM
  • Staying ahead of risks on the horizon
  • Taking mitigating measures ahead of time
  • Reducing need for traditional manual due diligence
  • Sourcing higher level insights for informed decision making
  • Predicting where material outsourcers may incur problems
  • Future of predictive analytics
    • Specific metrics to make better decisions

Jeff Hodgin, VP Of Product, CyberGRX

AUTOMATION

2:10 Utilizing automation capabilities within a TPRM program for enhanced insight and efficiency

Session details 

  • Aggregating and assessing data touchpoints in an automated way
  • Moving away from manual processes and reactive security
  • Partnering with internal teams for effective data management
    • Data mapping, intelligence, governance, privacy etc.
  • Scarcity of resources and knowledge to drive initiatives
  • Leveraging AI for predictive analytics
  • Integrating multiple point solutions to automate processes
  • Automation of controls and response

2:45 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

CROSS SECTOR BEST PRACTICE

3:15 TPRM: What you really need to know

Session details 

  • Managing inter-connected nature of TPRM
  • Building relationships across TPRM internally and externally
  • Developing an accurate and complete inventory
    • Including third parties, business owners & integrations/connections
  • Understanding what data is shared throughout relationships
  • Teaching peers the correct format of risk assessments
  • Diversifying internal teams to facilitate risk assessments
    • Technical and non-technical
  • Utilizing correct vendors for security ratings and continuous monitoring
  • Understanding Nth party risk

Phil Lioio, Senior Third Party Risk Analyst, lululemon

CROSS SECTOR BEST PRACTICE – PANEL DISCUSSION

3:50 Reviewing lessons learnt across industries to determine best practice in varying levels of regulated sectors

Session details 

  • Cross industry best practices
  • How to set up an effective TPRM program
  • Developing robust controls to detect and prevent data sharing
  • Mitigating risk of exploitation
  • Managing APIs and interfaces between vendors
  • Reviewing regulatory obligations across industries
  • Where can best practice be leveraged? Educating wider business staff on complexity of risk
  • Advise to teams on managing risk and what part they play
  • Identifying what ‘good’ practice looks like

Madiha Fatima, Director Third Party Risk Management, Angelo Gordon
Raquel Wilson, Third Party Risk Senior Analyst, DocuSign
Phil Lioio, Senior Third Party Risk Analyst, lululemon

4:35 Chair’s closing remarks

4:45 End of Congress

Anit Banerjee

Anit Banerjee
Third Party Risk Officer – Legal Risk Management
Meta

John-Bree

John Bree
Chief Evangelist and Chief Risk Officer
Supply Wisdom

Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell
Sr Director of Solution Strategy
Aravo

Biography

Anit Banerjee will be speaking at Third Party Risk Management: Cross Industry

Biography

John Bree is Chief Evangelist & Chief Risk Officer with Supply Wisdom, the industry leading patented solution for Real-Time and Continuous Risk Intelligence & Monitoring of Third Parties and Locations. Prior to joining Supply Wisdom, John held senior positions in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and London for Citi and Deutsche Bank covering corporate, investment, commercial and consumer banking internal and vendor operations. John is a member of the Shared Assessments US and UK Steering Committees and Co-Chair of the Financial Industry Vertical Strategy Group. He has authored numerous articles and blogs on Third-Party Risk Management and Governance in the Digital era.

Biography

Colin has over fifteen years of risk and compliance experience. Currently serving as a Sr. Director Product Marketing Director, at Aravo Solutions, Inc., Colin leads Aravo’s go-to-market messaging and analyst relations programs. Colin formerly served as the Director of Analyst Relations at both CSG and Everbridge, and prior to that spent 15 years at SAI Global helping clients achieve best-in-class risk and compliance programs in Asia Pacific, EMEA and the USA.

Rodney Campbell
Senior Vice President – Head of Third Party Risk Management
Valley National Bank

Patrick Carr

Patrick Carr
Director of Supply Chain
Pelco Products tbc

Michael Chang

Michael Chang
Manager, North America Regional Partner – Speciality Chemicals
Johnson & Johnson

Biography

Rodney Campbell is a recognized industry leader in Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) framework, Relationship Management, Contract Management & Performance Management. Rodney is a business champion, dedicated to empowering organizations and business leaders with industry insights and best practices to establish both regulatory compliance and operational success. Experienced in developing global programs, processes, cross-functional teams from the ground up and leading projects spanning Asia-Pacific, Latin America, United Kingdom and North America regions, Rodney creates a high-impact, collaborative environment that eliminates silos and cross borders.
Additionally, Rodney serves on Seton Hall University Customer Experience Program Advisory Council and The Board of Directors for HANDS Housing and Neighborhood Development.

Biography

Patrick Carr is speaking at Third Party Risk Management USA Cross Industry 2022

Biography

Michael Chang is speaking at Third Party Risk Management USA Cross Industry 2022

Dave Crozier

Dave Crozier
SVP Digital Transformation Services
Certa

Phani Dasari

Phani Dasari
Head of Business Security
TikTok

Carey Davidson
Director, Third-Party Risk Solutions,
OneTrust

Biography
Dave leads Certa’s Digital Transformation Services team working with clients to analyze, assess opportunities, then digitize their process, tech and tool stacks. Dave has degrees in Engineering and Supply Chain Management and has spent the last 15 years in the risk management, data and operations optimization industry.
Biography

Phani Dasari is the Head, Business Security Partner Office, Americas, TIKTOK.
Phani is a security executive with the strategic vision and financial discipline to secure organizations and protect their businesses, offering more than 16 plus years of diversified expertise in Governance, Risk, Compliance, Client Security Management, Third Party Risk Management, Data Privacy, Regulatory Compliance, IT auditing, Product Security and Project Management. Effective communicator, skilled at gaining client confidence and business buy into security initiatives. Skilled in all aspects of security lifecycle, including but not limited to building security programs from scratch and taking existing programs through maturity curve. Expert at identifying and clarifying information security and technology risks and coordinating remediation efforts. Creative problem solver and strategic decision maker in fast-paced fluid environments.
At TIKTOK, Phani is responsible for delivering senior-level security, risk, and privacy enforcement management to identify risks and implement processes to reduce/eliminate those risks. He is accountable for ensuring the delivery of security services, dedicated security functions according to the business needs, risk level, and plans associated with the assigned business units and products they are responsible for – assigned by the Global Security Organization. In his capacity as the Head, Security Business Partner Office, he serves as a liaison between TikTok and Global Security to ensure Business Units (BU’s) receive the security services required, Global Security gets clear and direct input into BU’s. He makes decisions about the interpretation of the Security Program and how best to apply it to the respective business unit situations to ensure TikTok is not taking on unacceptable risk or weakening the company’s security posture. He maintains a strong working relationship with other GSO groups to partner in the implementation of technical programs that deliver best in class security.
Prior to the above job Phani was responsible for the strategic direction and overall execution of the Global Third Party and M&A Risk Management program at ADP; responsibilities include leadership of diverse & geographically spread-out teams of senior leaders, assessors, consultants and oversee program activities to ensure effective risk management and mitigation throughout the third-party life cycle.
Prior to the above job, Phani was Global VP, Client Security Management Office and was responsible for creating ADP’s Trusted Client Experience in all aspects of client security lifecycle interactions and driving the client security assurance program.
Prior to joining ADP, Phani was a member of EMC Corporation; he worked as Client Security Advocate and Senior Risk Analyst. Before joining the EMC, Phani was a research assistant at The University of Findlay, OHIO and did project and content management for few years as well.
Phani holds an undergraduate degree in Statistics and Computer Science and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Andhra University, India. He did his MBA from The University of Findlay, OHIO. He is also a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and an ISO Security Lead Auditor (ISO 27001 Security Lead Auditor). Risk Management for Corporate Leaders (Harvard Business School, USA) Advanced Crisis Leadership (Harvard Kennedy School of Government, USA)
In addition, Phani has been an active participant at a number of Community-based events including but not limited to the following:
– Stay Safe Online Presentations at Local Schools/Businesses
– Security/Privacy Awareness Presentations at Bring Your Child To Work, Habitat for Humanity

Biography

Carey Davidson serves as Director of Third-Party Risk Solutions at OneTrust, the Trust Intelligence Platform, unlocking every company’s value and potential to thrive by doing what’s good for people and the planet. OneTrust connects privacy, GRC, ethics, and ESG teams, data, and processes, so all companies can collaborate seamlessly and put trust at the center of their operations and culture.  In his role, Carey supports the OneTrust Third-Party Risk Management solution where he advises companies on how to reduce third party risks and build mutual trust between the business and its vendors. Carey holds CIPP/E AND CIPM certifications.

Jared Ezzell

Jared Ezzell
Chief Customer Officer and Head of Partnerships
Certa

Madiha Fatima

Madiha Fatima
Director Third Party Risk Management
Angelo Gordon 

Tallen Minnis

Tallen Franklin
Senior Analyst, Third-Party Risk Management
T-Mobile 

Biography

With over 20 years experience in the Third Party Risk and Compliance space, Jared has worked with some of the worlds largest brands on optimizing their third-party management programs, focusing on balancing optimized controls with process efficiency and reducing overall cost.  The past decade has also been heavily focused on process orchestration across regulatory Compliance risk controls covering Anti-bribery, Anti-money laundering, Fraud, and Sanctions.

Biography

Madiha Fatima is a Director and Head of Third Party Risk Management where she is responsible for development of Third Party Risk Management Framework while enabling businesses to achieve their strategic objectives from utilizing vendors. She oversees the firmwide Third Party Risk Management Program including vendor cyber, technology, business continuity and data security assessments. Prior to joining Angelo Gordon, Madiha Fatima served as Head of Third Party Risk Governance & Oversight at DTCC. Madiha is a Certified Third Party Risk Professional (CTPRP). Madiha earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Financial and Capital Markets from Rutgers Business School.

Biography

Tallen Franklin is a Gonzaga University School of Law J.D. graduate who has spent her professional career cultivating experiences and developing expertise in various fields. She found herself intrigued in the world of third-party risk management with T-Mobile, where she has built expert knowledge of analysis, identification, and mitigation of risks specific to third parties. When she’s not working on continuous learning and seeking ways to expand and improve the third-party risk management program, Tallen can be found adventuring to the beach with her husband and Corgi, reading with a cat on her lap, or crafting in her studio.

Jeff Hodgin

Jeff Hodgin
VP Of Product
CyberGRX

Ondrej Krehel
Chief Scientist & Fellow, Cyber Risk & Resilience Services
SecurityScorecard

Phil Lioio

Phil Lioio
Senior Third Party Risk Analyst
lululemon

Biography

Jeff Hodgin is the VP of Product at CyberGRX. He is a passionate cyber risk management enthusiast with 10 years of experience in cybersecurity and risk management. Prior to joining CyberGRX, he ran go-to-market teams at Webroot (acquired by Carbonite), was the head of R&D at a start-up focused on crisis decision making, and has launched hundreds of products to market in almost every major vertical. Jeff holds a degree from the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business in Finance and Marketing and a minor in economics.

Biography

Dr. Ondrej Krehel is Chief Scientist & Fellow, Cyber Risk & Resilience Services at SecurityScorecard. He was the founder and CEO of LIFARS. Dr. Krehel is recognized worldwide for his Digital Forensic expertise and Ethical Hacking. He actively participates in high-profile engagements around the world, whereby his professional experience is leveraged to achieve the most rapid root-cause analysis and remediation.
Dr. Krehel is a former lecturer at FBI Training Academy and Chief Information Security Officer of IDT911, the nation’s premier identity theft recovery and data breach management service. Dr. Krehel previously led forensic investigations and cybersecurity consulting at Stroz Friedberg encompassing US government engagements and missions, including military cyber special operations.
With over two decades of experience in security and forensics, Dr. Krehel has conducted a wide range of court expert witness testimonies (including Federal Courts such as Southern District of New York), red team exercises, cyber resilience matters, forensics investigations, including data breached through computer intrusions, theft of intellectual property, massive deletions, defragmentation, enterprise risk matters, entropy classifications, advanced file recovery and carvings, anti-money laundering, financial fraud, mathematical modeling, and computer hacking.
Dr. Krehel holds a Ph.D. in Computer Forensics from Police Academy in Bratislava, a Master of Science degree in Mathematical Physics from Comenius University in Bratislava, and an Engineering Diploma from Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia.

Biography

Phil Lioio is speaking at Third Party Risk Management USA Cross Industry 2022

Monica Manning

Monica Manning
Chief Acquisition Officer,
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, formerly NASA

Kenneth Martinez

Kenneth Martinez
Managing Director, Financial Risk Management
Delta Air Lines 

Andrew Moyad

Andrew Moyad
Chief Executive Officer
Shared Assessments 

Biography

Monica Manning is speaking at Third Party Risk Management USA Cross Industry 2022

Biography

Kenneth Martinez is speaking at Third Party Risk Management USA Cross Industry 2022

Biography

Andrew Moyad is the Chief Executive Officer of Shared Assessments.
Andrew is an accomplished leader and trailblazer in third party risk management. As a practitioner and a senior risk management executive, he has driven a culture of accountability and diligence in safeguarding information. Andrew has more than 25 years in risk management and information security. He has contributed greatly to the transformation and advancement of risk management as a strategic function that intersects with and helps guide all aspects of organizations.
Most recently, Andrew served as Senior Vice President, Vendor Risk Management at Blackstone, where he led a team of risk professionals responsible for overseeing all phases of the vendor lifecycle at the firm, including risk assessments, control diligence, contract reviews, financial checks, performance monitoring, issue tracking, and management reporting. Prior to Blackstone, he served as a director and global head of vendor risk management and BlackRock and Senior Vice President for Citigroup, where he was a Business Information Security Officer in Global Fixed Income and led third party risk assessments for several years.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Natural Sciences from Harvard University and a Master of Science Degree in Information Systems from the Stevens Institute of Technology.

Jenny Reints

Jenny Reints
Sr. Director, Global Sourcing – Indirect & Real Estate
Chamberlain Group

Amanda Lucas-White

Amanda Rivera
Vice President of Procurement
Vulcan Materials Company

Roxane Romulus

Roxane Romulus
AVP, Third Party Risk Management
Voya Financial 

Biography

Jenny Reints is speaking at Third Party Risk Management USA Cross Industry 2022

Biography

Amanda is a transformative leader with deep experience in global strategic sourcing and supply chain optimization with additional expertise in operations. Over the course of her career, she has built global, enterprise wide supply chain solutions, managed P&L’s, developed leadership teams, and has established opportunities for procurement to drive top-line revenue growth opportunities. Her success is based on her balance of innovation, strategic vision, people development, change management techniques, and process improvement with a client solutions centric approach.

Currently, she is responsible for the overall procurement strategy for over $2B of spend for Vulcan Materials. Since joining the company in October 2021, Amanda has been focused on getting more engrained with Vulcan’s operations and focusing on assisting the company to transition from a purchasing mindset to a total cost of ownership perspective.

Prior to joining Vulcan Materials Company, Amanda was a Senior Procurement Director leading procurement strategy for the Coca-Cola Bottlers Sales & Services North America bottling network. During her time at The Clorox Company, she led strategic sourcing in numerous direct and indirect categories, network optimization of suppliers across a global supply chain and outsourced functions for new mergers/acquisitions. At Avon Products, Inc, she worked as an Inventory Control/Merchandise Control Team Lead for Avon Products, Inc. where she managed inventory and supply chain strategy for various product lines. At Uniparts USA Limited, she served as the Senior Logistics and Operations Manager who was part of the ground floor startup for the Greenfield operation in the USA.

Amanda earned her MBA from Augusta University in 2007 and BBA from Mercer University in 2004.

Biography

Ms. Romulus is currently Director, Third Party Risk Management for Voya Financial. In this role, she is responsible for vendor risk policy, third-party risk oversight and implementation of best practices in third-risk and controls.
Ms. Romulus strives to build strong partnerships and ensure joint accountability when it comes to protecting the company’s employees, clients, information and brand. Her expertise spans
a number of well-respected firms including, SunTrust Bank, MetLife, Deloitte & Touché, Putnam Investments and Bank of America.
Ms. Romulus is a graduate of Suffolk University and holds her MBA from Simmons University. A lover of new challenges, she’s completed the Atlanta 13.1 Half Marathon and Tough Mudder Competition, one of the toughest endurance races on the planet. However, her most rewarding role is the one of mother to her four year old daughter Layla Rose.

Jason Stockinger

Jason Stockinger
Director, Global Information Security
Royal Caribbean Group tbc

Raquel Wilson
Third Party Risk Senior Analyst
Docusign

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Yevhen Zhurer
Head of Sales
Ekran

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ARAVO
Certa
CyberGRX

Biography

Aravo delivers the market’s smartest third-party risk and performance management solutions, powered by intelligent automation. With Aravo, customers can work smarter, move faster, see clearer, and make better decisions about their extended enterprise – all in one place. For more than 20 years now, Aravo’s combination of award-winning technology and unrivaled domain expertise has helped the world’s most respected brands accelerate and optimize their third-party management programs, delivering better business outcomes faster and ensuring the agility to adapt as programs evolve. Aravo is trusted by the world’s leading brands, helping them manage the risk and improve the performance of more than 5 million third parties, suppliers and vendors across the globe.

Biography

Certa is the only platform that digitizes, orchestrates, and automates the entire third-party journey, across procurement, compliance, IT, legal, finance, and other groups.

Founded in 2015 by Jag Lamba, Certa was designed to be a modern tool for modern teams. Certa helps companies onboard third-parties 3x faster by combining speed with superior risk and compliance controls. Up to 80% of evaluations for low-risk third-parties can be automated, allowing your team to focus on entities that require additional due diligence. Certa replaces your antiquated legacy systems with one centralized platform and a simple, modern user interface. Flexible no-code integrations with 70+ vetted data sources provide instant verification of all vendor information and prevent unexpected disruptions, losses, or reputation damage. Certa makes third-party risk management fast, easy, and modern. Learn more at getcerta.com.

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CyberGRX provides the most comprehensive third-party cyber risk management platform to cost-effectively identify, assess, mitigate and monitor an enterprise’s risk exposure across its entire partner ecosystem. Through automation and advanced analytics, the CyberGRX solution enables enterprises to collaboratively mitigate threats presented from their increasing interdependency on vendors, partners and customers. CyberGRX is based in Denver, CO. For more information, visit www.cybergrx.com or follow @CyberGRX1 on Twitter.

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Refinitiv delivers trusted Customer and Third-Party Risk solutions that encompass regulatory change, anti-bribery and corruption, third-party and supply chain risk, anti-money laundering, financial crime, KYC, and digital transformation. Our products and solutions include World-Check®, Due Diligence, and Qual-ID. We draw on cleaner, richer, more readily accessible data to support the use of advanced technologies like AI and machine learning – helping our customers gain greater insight, fuel more rapid innovation, and successfully navigate this time of unparalleled change.

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SecurityScorecard is the global leader in cybersecurity ratings and the only service with millions of organizations continuously rated. Our mission is to make the world a safer place by transforming the way organizations understand, improve, and communicate cybersecurity risk to their boards, employees, and vendors.

SecurityScorecard’s patented rating technology is used by thousands of organizations for enterprise cyber risk management, third-party risk management, board reporting, cyber insurance underwriting, and regulatory oversight to meet compliance mandates; making all organizations more resilient by allowing them to easily find and fix cybersecurity risks across their externally facing digital-footprint.

SecurityScorecard is the only provider of instant risk ratings that automatically map to vendor cybersecurity questionnaires and the largest ecosystem of integrations, providing a true 360-degree view of risk. But we don’t stop there. Through a customer-centric, solution-based commitment to our partners, we are transforming the digital landscape building a path toward resilience.

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Shared Assessments is a global membership organization dedicated to developing the best practices, education and tools to drive third party risk assurance. We are creators of the industry standard third party risk toolkit, used by over 15,000 organizations worldwide.

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Supply Wisdom’s patented solution is transforming the way supply chain, procurement and third-party risk leaders manage risks and operational resilience. Supply Wisdom delivers continuous third-party and location risk intelligence and risk actions in real-time across the widest risk aperture to minimize the risks of disruption facing business, supply chains and third parties. Supply Wisdom intelligence enables enterprises to prioritize, move faster, do more with less resources, and act proactively and confidently. For more information, visit www.supplywisdom.com and follow us on https://www.linkedin.com/company/supplywisdom

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Ekran System is a full-cycle insider risk management platform that helps companies to detect, deter, and disrupt any security threats from the inside.

Our customers simplify, automate, and streamline their third-party risk management activities with Ekran System. Our software is featured by Gartner in their 2020 Market Guide for Insider Risk Management Solutions and recommended in NIST Special Publication. We are also the only Microsoft Azure value-add partner that provides all-round insider threat management on their platform.

Ekran System delivers robust access management, continuous third-party user activity monitoring, and real-time incident detection and response. Thanks to the rich capabilities provided by of Ekran System, Deloitte, Samsung, Panasonic, UPS, and many other companies across the world trust us with their security.

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Can I present at the Third Party Risk Management USA: Cross Industry Congress?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at the Third Party Risk Management USA: Cross Industry Congress. For further information on this please contact alice.kelly@cefpro.com or call us on +1 888 677 7007.

Are there any rules on the dress code?

Business attire is requested. The Congress is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

What is the cost and what is included in the registration fee?

We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Congress, as outlined on our pricing structure. Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from the sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

Where can I find the Congress documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations after the Congress*. We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our App during the Congress.

* Please note that our speakers often have to gain permission from their relevant compliance departments to release their presentations. On rare occasions compliance may not allow presentations to be distributed.

Will breakfast, lunch and refreshment be provided?

Yes. As with all of our events, the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Congress, such as:

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Cocktail reception at the end of the day (subject to confirmation)
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology
Are there opportunities to share my thought-leadership at the Third Party Risk Management USA: Cross Industry Congress?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Third Party Risk Management USA: Cross Industry Congress and our wider risk professionals community. At the event we can distribute your material to the attendees, offer you an exhibition booth, and provide speaking opportunities so that you may enjoy a more prominent presence at the Congress. Visit the Sponsor tab for further information or contact sales@cefpro.com / +1 888 677 7007

Are media partnerships available for the Third Party Risk Management USA: Cross Industry Congress?

Yes. As part of a media partnership we can offer a variety of options to increase the branding and awareness of your association, company, certificate, publication or media. We are flexible with what we can offer however we usually:

  • Provide a discounted rate to attend
  • Place your logo and profile on the Congress website
  • Place your logo on promotional content where applicable
  • Distribute your media/marketing at the Congress
  • Promote through social media channels

To discuss this further please contact jo.smith@cefpro.com or call +1 888 677 7007.

What can I do if I can't attend the event due to Covid-19?

If you are unable to attend the Congress due to national/Covid restrictions, CeFPro would be more than happy to offer you a refund, credit note or the option to transfer the ticket to a colleague who is able to attend.

Are CPE Credits available?

Yes, CPE Credits are available for the Third Party Risk Management Cross Industry Congress.

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