Vendor Management Program Kit
With all we’re doing to prevent technology incidents, what if your vendors have a breach?
If your management team understands the risk exposure of vendors to your bank, you are definitely heading in the right direction. If your “vendor owners” are conducting their own ongoing due diligence, you are doing GREAT!
But let’s face it, most of us need to apply structure to the process.
The IT Vendor Management Program for Banks has everything you need to totally revamp your vendor management process: Policies, procedures, checklists, risk assessments, request letters, etc.
Save when you purchase the entire Vendor Management Program!
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