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Many organizations are struggling to keep up with an onslaught of significant regulations like GDPR, CCPA, the New York Shield Act and more. Some of this legislation appears to overlap, while some seems to be contradictory. How can organizations sort out this tangled regulatory web?

Submit your questions for a discussion with risk and compliance expert Dov Goldman, who will cover compliance best practices and how your organization can keep up with 2020’s extensive regulatory requirements. 


Does customer data leave the vendor’s production systems under any circumstances?

Does the vendor support single sign-on? 

Does the vendor have an employee security awareness program?

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn more about GDPR, CCPA and regulatory trends
  • Discover how to implement best practices for privacy requirements
  • Hear about the regulatory challenges that your peers are facing
  • Find out how to reduce time and money complying with regulations

If your organization must comply with regulations, this is a webinar you can’t afford to miss! 

Taking Your Third-Party Security Program to the Next Level

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Dov has years of experience in the third-party risk and compliance field, as well as a long history as a serial entrepreneur, software and network engineer. Dov focuses on the evolving best practices and industry standards in third-party management and regulatory compliance. Previously, Dov was VP of Innovation at Opus, Director of Product Marketing at Navigant, and Founder and CEO of Cognet Corp and Dynalog Technologies. Dov has spoken at industry events around the world and has been quoted in numerous industry press articles, as well as The Wall Street Journal, about information security and privacy.

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If your organization is looking to improve its third-party security program, this is a webinar you can’t afford to miss!  
Can’t make it? Register anyway. We will send you the recording.

If your organization is looking to improve its third-party security program, this is a webinar you can’t afford to miss!  
Can’t make it? Register anyway. We will send you the recording.

About the Speakers:

What Does Construction Have to Do with Third-Party Security? You'd Be Surprised

May 19, 2021
12:00 pm ET | 9:00 am PT | 5:00 pm UK

In today’s cyber world, you know that third-party security is necessary for all industries-even construction. But implementing a process that thoroughly addresses vendor security risk can be challenging, especially when performed manually.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how Sir Robert McAlpine, a UK-based construction and civil engineering company, succeeded in creating an automated, efficient third-party security process. 

Please join us to learn how SRM

Dov Goldman
Director of Risk & Compliance, Panorays

If your organization is looking to create a third-party security risk management process, this webinar is for you!

Can’t make it? Register anyway. We will send you the recording.

What Does Construction Have to Do with Third-Party Security? You'd Be Surprised

In today’s cyber world, you know that third-party security is necessary for all industries-even construction. But implementing a process that thoroughly addresses vendor security risk can be challenging, especially when performed manually.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how Sir Robert McAlpine, a UK-based construction and civil engineering company, succeeded in creating an automated, efficient third-party security process. 

May 19, 2021
12:00 pm ET | 9:00 am PT | 5:00 pm UK

Identified gaps in its third-party security risk management process

Set goals and requirements for the process, including easy collaboration, speed, cost-effectiveness and cyber risk visibility

Transitioned to a mature third-party security process

Please join us to hear how SRM:

Andy Black
Head of Compliance & Information Security, Sir Robert McAlpine

Andy began his information technology career in 1988, working for a small consultancy practice. He then joined Mannesmann Kienzle, later to be acquired by Digital Equipment Corporation, where his primary focus was on the UK banking sector. In 1995, Andy moved into a more client focused role with Moore Stephens LLP, a global financial services firm, where for the next 24 years he further developed his skills in information/cybersecurity risk management as Enterprise Architect. Currently, Andy leads the Compliance & Information Security team at Sir Robert McAlpine.