Avoiding the Government Third-Party Risk Domino Effect
Third-party risk doesn’t occur in a vacuum.
Vulnerabilities in the supply chain can compromise the security of a government entity’s physical or digital touchpoints. Once exploited, these third-party risks create a domino effect of issues impacting organizations’ operational continuity, employee and community safety, and reputation.
It’s clear that the impact of third-party risks does not stop at initial exposure — and in some cases, certain business risk events impacting an agency or its supply chain may even signal an increased likelihood of cyber attack.
The constant threat of interconnected risks requires higher-level integrated supply chain risk management. Download our latest eBook and take away a few best practices for addressing these challenges.
Download now to:
- Gain an overview of the types of interconnected third-party risk
- Discover how to manage common third-party risk challenges
- Learn how government agencies can integrate best practices into their supply chain risk management (SCRM) programs