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How to manage third-party risk during a crisis

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In the midst of a rapidly evolving global pandemic, organizations are forced to swiftly make decisions on how to protect the health of their employees and ensure operational continuity. With this comes many adjustments—like enabling a remote workforce—that bring a variety of new, complex challenges both internally and within an organization’s third-party network.

In this 60-minute on-demand webinar we discuss best practices for managing third-party risk during a crisis, based on how you are responding to the situation with your own people, processes, and technology.

You'll also learn:

  • What sound risk management looks like during a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • How to better understand and prioritize your procurement, security, compliance, and risk management departments—and the role they play in TPRM.
  • A methodology for how to effectively manage third-party risk during a crisis and beyond.
  • How to access tools and risk management expertise to help you through this time of uncertainty.



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Chris Murphey

Senior Product Manager, Galvanize

Chris Murphey is an internationally and multi-industry experienced, Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) professional specializing in Third Party Governance. Most notably, he served as the Director of Vendor Risk Management and Director of Financial Compliance for the world’s largest Pharmacy Benefit Manager (Fortune 22), where his operations were built over the HighBond platform. He is currently the senior product manager of third party risk management solutionsat Galvanize, where he drives product strategy to ensure quick time for valuefor organizations looking to operational, mature, and automate their third party risk processes.

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Keith Cerny

Chief People Officer, Galvanize

Keith Cerny is responsible for human resources, information technology, training, and enablement. As Galvanize's former chief technology officer, he has more than 20 years’ experience leading software engineering and IT teams at Vancouver-based technology companies, including Chancery, Pivotal, and Sage.

Keith has a passion for helping people and teams grow and, in his time as CTO, grew Galvanize’s R&D teams by over 10x their original size, while also building a culture of continuous delivery. As Galvanize continues to quickly grow, Keith is now focused as CPO on the people and systems needed to reach the next level of scalability and results across the organization, while strengthening culture and living Galvanize’s core values every day.