Spotting Issues in the Most Important Due Diligence Documents
Properly reviewing vendor due diligence is necessary for vendor management success. During this session, we will demystify the structure and terminology of three of the most informative and important due diligence documents you should be getting from your vendors: SOC reports, financial statements, and business continuity plans. Receive tips on how you can review these documents and develop techniques for explaining results to your management.
Who Should Attend:
Compliance Officer, Risk Officer, Vendor Management Officer, Operations Director, Chief Operations Officer, Senior Vice President, Vice President
- Learn what to look for in each important due diligence document
- Understand how to translate the findings to exactly what management needs to know
- Gain resources for documenting their due diligence results
Leticia Saiid serves as the executive assistant and has worked with Tandem (a child company of CoNetrix), an information security and technology company, for eight years. She served as the tandem software support manager for several years where she built and directed a team of information security support specialists. Now she serves the company by assisting the president in building new programs and coordinating corporate projects. Leticia has a B.A. and M.A. in Mathematics. Leticia has a passion for solving problems and teaching others to do the same whether it’s through reading education, college mentoring, or jigsaw puzzles.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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