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Webinar: Managing risk within the supply chain with NQA and Tuned To R.I.S.K

Updated: Apr 14, 2021

Save your seat on a webinar hosted by NQA's Tim Pinnell, Dom Owen from Tuned To R.I.S.K and Hinesh Mehta from the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre on managing risk within the supply chain.

Date: Wednesday 21st April 2021 Time: 10:00am BST / 2:30pm IST Duration: 45 mins + Q&A The pandemic has brought into sharp focus for organisations the importance of resilient supply chains. With procurement increasingly moving online, with many employees suddenly working from home and with increased outsourcing of IT services, the cyber risk profile of the supply chain has changed and increased. Understanding and assessing the cyber risk in an organisation’s supply chain may appear complex and daunting. Yet there are resources and capabilities available to help organisations.

Jointly hosted by NQA, Tuned To R.I.S.K and the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre, our panel of experts will make the case for the importance of understanding and governing cyber risk in the supply chain. They’ll provide examples of tried and tested techniques with case studies. And there’ll be a Q&A session where participants can quiz the panel.

  • Tim Pinnell, from NQA, will present supply chain assurance and how standards can provide positive indications to customers.

  • Hinesh Mehta, from the WMCRC, will discuss the support available from Government/Law Enforcement – discuss the new West Midlands Cyber Relience Centre agencies and a worked case study.

  • Dom Owen, from Tuned To R.I.S.K, will review the role of information governance as a platform for managing cyber security risk in the supply chain.

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