Software

Gain a 360-degree view of third-party risk by using our SaaS software to centralize, track, automate, assess and report on your vendors. 

Managed Services

Let us handle the manual labor of third-party risk management by collaborating with our experts to reduce the workload and mature your program. 

Overview
Document Collection
Policy/Program Template/Consulting
Virtual Vendor Management Office
Vendor Site Audit

Ongoing Monitoring

Let us handle the manual labor of third-party risk management by collaborating with our experts.

VX LP Sequence USE FOR CORPORATE SITE-thumb
Venminder Exchange

As Venminder completes assessments for clients on new vendors, they are then made available inside the Venminder Exchange for you to preview scores and purchase as you need.

CREATE FREE ACCOUNT

Use Cases

Learn more on how customers are using Venminder to transform their third-party risk management programs. 

Industries

Venminder is used by organizations of all sizes in all industries to mitigate vendor risk and streamline processes

Why Venminder

We focus on the needs of our customers by working closely and creating a collaborative partnership

1.7.2020-what-is-a-third-party-risk-assessment-FEATURED
Sample Vendor Risk Assessments

Venminder experts complete 30,000 vendor risk assessments annually. Download samples to see how outsourcing to Venminder can reduce your workload.

DOWNLOAD SAMPLES

About

Venminder is an industry recognized leader of third-party risk management solutions. 

Our Customers

900 organizations use Venminder today to proactively manage and mitigate vendor risks.

Get Engaged

We provide lots of ways for you to stay up-to-date on the latest best practices and trends.

Gartner 2020
Venminder received high scores in the Gartner Critical Capabilities for IT Vendor Risk Management Tools 2021 Report

READ REPORT

Resources

Trends, best practices and insights to keep you current in your knowledge of third-party risk.

Webinars

Earn CPE credit and stay current on the latest best practices and trends in third-party risk management.  

See Upcoming Webinars

On-Demand Webinars

 

Community

Join a free community dedicated to third-party risk professionals where you can network with your peers. 

Weekly Newsletter

Receive the popular Third Party Thursday newsletter into your inbox every Thursday with the latest and greatest updates.

Subscribe

 

Venminder Samples

Download samples of Venminder's vendor risk assessments and see how we can help reduce the workload. 

resource-whitepaper-state-of-third-party-risk-management-2022
State of Third-Party Risk Management 2022

Venminder's sixth annual whitepaper provides insight from a variety of surveyed individuals into how organizations manage third-party risk today.

DOWNLOAD NOW

podcast

What Is Vendor Business Continuity Management?

CPE Credit Eligible

Basics of business continuity management. 

Understand the basics of business continuity management with this 90-second podcast that breaks down what you need to know about the process.

 

Podcast Transcript

Hi – my name is Josh with Venminder.    joshua-cooper-headshot-CIRCLE

In this 90-second podcast, you’re going to learn about business continuity management and its three main areas of focus.

At Venminder, we have a team of industry experts who specialize in managing vendor risk and giving third-party risk management program advice, in various industries, daily.

Business Continuity Management (or BCM for short) is a comprehensive program designed to support and protect an organization’s overall operations. It’s a relatively new, umbrella term that encompasses three major areas of focus.

These three major areas include the following:

  1. First, business continuity planning. Business continuity planning allows for organizations to ensure that their own and their vendors’ key operations, products and services continue to be delivered either in full or at a predetermined, and accepted, level of availability.
  2. Second, disaster recovery planning. Disaster recovery planning includes a set of processes and procedures to follow at the immediate onset of an incident — typically a catastrophic natural occurrence such as storm or fire, or a man-made event such as large-scale accidents, gas leaks, chemical explosions, etc. It guides protocols up to the resumption of normal operations.
  3. And, last but not least, is pandemic planning. Pandemic planning includes an active document listing the strategies, procedures and preventative measures as well as any corresponding implementation guidelines an organization will take should a global health crisis occur. And each one of your vendors should have an adequate pandemic plan, too.

And those are the three major areas of business continuity management. Business continuity planning, disaster recovery planning and pandemic planning. Many other things come into play when creating a strong BCM program; however, these are three of the most important components.

Thanks for tuning in; catch you next time!

38116-newsletter

Subscribe to our Third Party Thursday Newsletter

Receive weekly third-party risk management news, resources and more to your inbox.

 

New Call-to-action

Ready to Get Started?

Schedule a personalized solution demonstration to see how Venminder can transform your vendor risk management processes.

Request a Demo