Who Is Responsible for Third-Party Risk Management?
While it's a relatively simple concept, third-party risk management in practice is a complex ecosystem of processes, tasks, timing and risk mitigation. Various responsibilities and requirements are distributed across a range of accountable stakeholders, each with a specific job to do.
Better understand the various roles and responsibilities involved in third-party risk management to ensure your program is effective.
Download the complimentary toolkit that includes:
- eBook: A comprehensive guide outlining the various roles in third-party risk management and the responsibilities within each one
- Templates: Organizational chart templates that will help you lay out the roles and responsibilities in an easy-to-understand format customized to how your organization operates
- Sample Organizational Charts: To more easily see who does what at a high level, we’ve created some chart options that are ready to print or save to refer to as needed throughout your day-to-day work