How far should your third-party risk management program extend its reach? With more and more of your vendors outsourcing their business activities to third parties, understanding your fourth-party risk is integral to understanding your organization’s risk posture. However, most organizations lack direct contact with fourth parties, making them easy to overlook. Managing fourth-party risk requires a mature, comprehensive third-party risk management program with built-in targeting for fourth parties.

Join ProcessUnity’s Constantine Malaxos as he discusses fourth-party risk with TPRM experts from Crowe - Kassi Wilson and Blake Gardner. With their expertise in the financial services and life sciences industries, Kassi and Blake provide best practices for addressing fourth-party risk within your Third-Party Risk Management Program.

Constantine Malaxos
Director of Strategic Alliance

As Director of Strategic Alliances for ProcessUnity, Constantine is responsible for finding and building the long-term successful relationships with ProcessUnity’s strategic partners. He shares the alliance team’s and partner’s goal of providing optimal value from ProcessUnity’s solutions. Throughout his career, Constantine has built successful teams within high growth technology firms. Prior to joining ProcessUnity, he created and led Hiperos’(now Coupa) alliance program. He also led Lumeta’s (FireMon) North American Commercial Sales team.

Kassi Wilson
Financial Services Manager, Third-Party Risk

Ms. Wilson is a Financial Services Manager within Crowe’s Third Party Risk Practice. She specializes in Information Security, Business Continuity, and Regulatory Compliance. She helps manage Crowe’s relationship with several large organizations, including managing and coordinating assessments of third-parties. She also assists on Third Party Program Assessments, in which third party programs are reviewed in comparison to regulations and best practices. Prior to working in Third Party, Kassi worked the Anti – Money Laundering/ Bank Secrecy Act team at Crowe and is knowledgeable in AML compliance and BSA audit controls.

Blake Gardner
Life Sciences Manager, Third-Party Risk

Mr. Gardner is a Life Sciences Manager on the Third-Party Risk team. Blake has extensive experience in the third-party risk management discipline with a specialization in Life Sciences. He concentrates in Information Security, Business Continuity, and Regulatory Compliance, managing Crowe’s relationship with several large organizations, coordinating assessments of third parties. Blake is well-versed in quality and privacy regulations specific to the Life Sciences and Healthcare industries such as GxP, GDPR, and HIPAA. Blake also has experience working in GRC solutions such as ProcessUnity.

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