How to Review a Vendor's Cybersecurity Program

How to Review a Vendor's Cybersecurity Program
With the increase in data breaches, cybersecurity continues to be a hot issue. It's critical that you understand your vendor's cybersecurity posture to protect your organization in the incident of a cybersecurity threat or attack. The time to prepare is now!

This session will discuss what to ask for from your vendors, how to review a vendor's cybersecurity, and what you can do as an organization to stay prepared.
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