The Role: Senior Vendor Cyber Risk Analyst
As part of Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) program, the “TPRM - Cyber Risk” team manages the Supply Chain Cyber risks by performing risk assessments of third-party engagements to identify and mitigate the risks posed by third parties. This is an extremely important role, considering the fact that 63% of data breaches happen due to third parties. It involves working with internal stake holders as well as third parties to achieve the results.
This role helps reduce the cyber risk posed by third parties and protects S&P Global brands against possible attacks against our information assets by threat actors via backdoor created by our vendors.
What’s in it for you:
Third Party Risk Management is one of the areas in financial services companies that are fast gaining prominence. The rapid pace of adoption of cloud applications (SaaS) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) has increased the Third-Party risks and made this even more critical as regulators pay a lot of attention as to how companies manage third-party risk.
What We’re Looking For:
The Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
About Company Statement:
S&P Global delivers essential intelligence that powers decision-making. We provide the world's leading organizations with the right data, connected technologies and expertise they need to move ahead. As part of our team, you'll help solve complex challenges that equip businesses, governments and individuals with the knowledge to adapt to a changing economic landscape.
S&P Global Corporate:
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