By LM Staff ·
November 13, 2017
Identifying, managing and monitoring third-party risk is complicated. You’ve got a handle on many of the potential supply chain “disrupters” that can paralyze your business. But the real risk is embedded in areas you may have overlooked.
Many organizations leave themselves exposed by:
- Failing to take a continuous view of risk management over the lifecycle of each relationship
- Discounting the full breadth of risks — including financial, compliance and reputational risks —that compromise the supply chain and the corporate bottom line
Explore these risks in more detail in “Third-Party Risk: Too Close for Comfort.” Don’t miss out on this critical insight.
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