Formalizing Vendor Risk Management – Keep It Simple/Improve Over Time

John Tondreau

When starting to build a formal Vendor Risk Management program, it’s important not to overcomplicate things. Too many companies make it more difficult than it needs to be with cumbersome review processes and attempts to overcomplicate. Start simple and let your VRM program mature over time. I often tell new customers, we can build a […]

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