Supply Wisdom will be sponsoring a panel discussion on Compliance and an Expanding Regulatory Framework on June 30.
In this article, experts warn about potential supply chain risks that the 100-day review will uncover.
U.S. financial regulators are stepping up their oversight of ESG issues.
Even before COVID materialized, traditional TPRM practices were struggling to keep pace.
Risk is a raindrop before it is a waterfall. Adopt an “always-on” approach to risk.
Imagine if each year, there was an award show for risk.
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Supply Wisdom has appointed Nathaniel Fick to its Board of Directors as an independent director.
Did risk management failures lead to the Credit Suisse blow-up?
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Adopting continuous risk monitoring to stay ahead of a rapidly evolving third-party risk landscape.
Covid-19 is putting supply chains under immense strain, adding to existing pressures from natural catastrophes and political risks. The pandemic, for example, has caused severe delays in shipping. A shortage of containers and container vessel capacity, coupled with Covid-19 measures, have led to congestion at major ports and delays to shipments from Asia. Supply chain risk […]
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Supply Wisdom appoints Jim Routh to its board.
The Biden administration has set aggressive climate goals leaving little doubt that the “climate” on climate-change has changed dramatically in the US. The goals cover a broad spectrum of climate issues, including reduction of climate pollution, increased resilience to the impacts of climate change, improved environmental justice, protection of public health, and conservation of land, water, […]
A successful automated risk management program requires three components...
With the United States under the new administration of President Joseph Biden, businesses must expect a shift in environmental regulatory and compliance objectives in the near future. Atul Vashistha, Chairman, Supply Wisdom and former vice chair of the US DoD Business Board, elaborates on the new administration’s climate goals and the new task force that […]
Creating a safe, effective and resilient plan for a return to the workplace requires recognition that one size does not fit all. The conditions the pandemic has created vary greatly from location to location due to factors such as health infrastructure, local government regulations, public transport, people, vaccine availability and so much more. As each […]
The article highlights the risk management practices that failed and what companies must do to improve their supply-chain resiliency in 2021 and beyond.
Fines resulting from poor risk management controls are becoming commonplace in the financial industry – and this new trend is just as expensive as it is avoidable. Recently JPMorgan was charged $250 million over inadequate risk management in its wealth management business. Risk management errors and mishaps are becoming too expensive to ignore. The sad reality is that […]
Many companies are increasing risk budgets in response to COVID-19’s wide-scale disruptions in 2020. Unfortunately, many widely used third-party risk management practices such as point-in-time assessments and one-time health reviews were ineffective as the situation and risks continued to change and cascade. Is doing more of the same the right answer moving forward? Additional investments […]
Supply & Demand Chain Executive: New Year, New Administration – What’s Next for our Nation’s Supply Chains
2021 kicked off pretty much how 2020 ended—COVID-19 still running rampant and supply chains still experiencing stress. Same problems, different year. But, with the new President comes a host of sustainability-focused initiatives for the supply chain and logistics industry. For starters, Biden’s team is mapping out executive orders aimed at mobilizing the entire federal government […]
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has shined a bright spotlight on the relationship between risk management and financial institutions. Given the widespread disruption experienced in 2020, we can expect several major changes to emerge in the coming year, with a risk regulation overhaul leading the pack. New findings from this year’s Regulatory & Risk Management Indicator survey, […]
Cyber-security breaches occurring via third parties is a trend that is not likely to go away anytime soon. In the past, companies might have been able to shield themselves from liability by pointing the finger at the third party who lost the data. That excuse doesn’t fly anymore, and there are plenty of recent examples […]
Third-party risk management (TPRM) has never been as important as it is now, due to the massive disruption to businesses and economies caused by the coronavirus crisis. Many TPRM programs were ineffective even before the pandemic, yet some organizations still insist on using them. To adapt to changing times, business leaders must update their TPRM […]
Risk management budgets are likely to increase following Covid19. Where can this be invested effectively?
Why were boards caught off guard by the virus and the speed with which it impacted their business?
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This session concluded on September 15, 2020. If you missed the live discussion, you can download the presentation and notes here. Contact us if you would like more information about virtual assessments and continuous monitoring. Description COVID-19 has made onsite assessments extremely difficult, if not impossible. While virtual assessments are the solution until the pandemic […]
Enterprise risk management must look beyond a singular cyber focus and view risk through a much wider risk aperture.
Continuous risk monitoring through a proactive risk operations center (ROC) is the way ahead for TPRM.
In this podcast, Victor Meyer, COO of Supply Wisdom, talks to Bob Ferrari of Supply Chain Matters. In his conversation, Victor touches upon the catastrophic nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the cascading nature of the risks on supply chains, and the ‘novelty’. Victor also predicts that lurking financial constraints are likely to impact global supply chains. Victor also […]
The subject of supply chain risk is high on the agenda of business executives today. Many companies bear scars of past disruptions, including a spate of natural disasters over the past decade. But they haven’t necessarily given the subject the full attention it deserves, especially in the age of COVID-19. In this conversation with SupplyChainBrain Editor-in-Chief Bob […]
Supply Wisdom® Announces the Addition of Continuous Cyber Susceptibility Monitoring to its Cybersecurity Risk Coverage
NEW YORK July 02, 2020 Subscribers are now notified in real-time when cyber susceptibility metrics change. Supply Wisdom, the leader in real-time and continuous risk intelligence, announced today an expansion to their risk monitoring solution that will deliver continuous monitoring of cyber susceptibility. This coverage will be provided via Supply Wisdom’s patented risk monitoring solution […]
July 1, 2020 While the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, enterprises are looking beyond the current crisis with the hope of pandemic-proofing their supply chains and operations to build resiliency. But that view is too limited to build true resiliency. The next global business disruption crisis might be a pandemic, but it might also […]
A comprehensive TPRM program must go beyond cyber and financial to include several key risk categories.