Finite State - What’s Missing from Current Vendor Risk Assessments?
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Do You Trust Your
Software Suppliers’
Paper Risk Assessments?

June 15th, 1 PM – 2 PM CT

Presented by

Finite State

Here’s what we’ll discuss:

Today’s embedded device software vendor risk assessments are paper based with very little evidence and verification. They are almost solely focused on the vendor, not the actual product being purchased. This leaves a large gap of risk unidentified, ultimately leaving the operators unaware and vulnerable to software supply chain risk running inside their safety critical environments.

In this session, we will discuss:
  • Automating product risk assessments at scale
  • Organizing an enterprise SBOM repository
  • Ongoing collaboration with vendors

Solution Expert

Brian Proctor - GICSP, CISSP, CRISC
Director – Energy Solutions at Finite State

This is an executive peer group meeting for 8-10 Cyber Security and Software Risk Management leaders. We use a conversational, story-telling approach that works best when everyone participates. This is NOT a webinar or any kind of one-way presentation.

Who should apply for an invitation:

You are responsible for 3rd party/vendor risk assessment function
You are responsible for vulnerability/threat/pen-testing
You have buying authority for your company

Participation in the Virtual Roundtable is free of charge to qualified attendees. Once you’ve completed the registration, we’ll confirm your invitation and send you a calendar invite with a link to the meeting.

If you don’t qualify, we’ll suggest other learning events that may be a better fit for you.

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