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Hadaway to delivery Daylong Vendor Management Workshop at the IBA

By Vigilize | Monday, June 22, 2015 - Leave a Comment

Another in the IT Governance Tour


Sharpening Your Vendor Management Skills!


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Designed for Vendor Owners, Information Security Officers, Compliance Officers, Vendor Management Committees.

Register Here!

July 16th, 2015  9am to 4pm

Because:

  • Appendix J is just an examination away!
  • Vendor Risk is still the #1 risk facing most community banks.
  • Reviewing the SSAE-16 can actually deliver value, if you do it right!
  • None of us know what we’re supposed to do when we say “contract review.”
  • The due diligence process is still one of the #1 examination findings for community-based banks.
  • Technology never works the way it’s supposed to.
  • The OCC is now “supervising” against Bulletin 2013-29
  • A free Vendor Management Program Kit is part of the fee!

. . . . we have all developed . . . whether right or wrong . . . a Vendor Management Program.  Let’s discuss ways we can take it to the next level!

This workshop will help you streamline the processes that mitigate Vendor risk.

July 16th, 2015  9am to 4pm

Indiana Bankers Association
IBA Training Center
Indianapolis, IN

Bring your entire Vendor Management Committee!

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