9 Steps to Managing Third-Party Information Security Risk


Data breaches resulting from third-party vulnerabilities can cost a company north of seven figures in financial losses, penalties and legal fees. It's not surprising that managing information security risk continues to be a point of focus in third-party management programs (TPM).

This e-book outlines the 9 essential steps to managing 3rd party vendor risk that every security professional can adopt for their organization.

  • - What to ask of your third parties
    - How to apply best practices for protecting your data
    - What to do about 4th party risk

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Manage Third-Party Vendor Risk

More inter-connectivity brings more complexity and greater cyber risks. Not the least of which is in the area of data sharing between vendors, partners and all other entities in the supply chain. This, in turn, demands more robust security measures which can be time-consuming and expensive to achieve.

Download the guide to learn how to bulk up your own security through third-party risk management.

About Avertium

Avertium brings enterprise-level security to the many mid-sized and larger organizations that don't have access to comprehensive, specialized protection. One of the largest cybersecurity services providers to the mid-to-enterprise market, Avertium is forged out of three award-winning cybersecurity services companies, each with a unique perspective on the security landscape. 

More than 1,200 organizations in industries ranging from financial services and manufacturing, to technology and healthcare have come to rely on Avertium's show-no-weakness approach to managed security, consulting and compliance services. The company's dual security operations centers are located in Arizona and Tennessee.