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Empowering Procurement To Be the First Line of Defense Against Disruption

As the once-global pandemic transitions into a regional dilemma, a new business environment has emerged in its wake. Global organizations are moving to embrace a trust and resilience-oriented operating model, but this pivot brings its own series of challenges. 

Join Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO of Interos, and Walter Charles, former CPO of Allergan, as they discuss the major procurement challenges of this new and uncertain time, including:

·       The aftereffects of COVID-19
·       Potential impacts of new global regulatory mandates
·       Emerging risks lurking in the sub-tiers of global supply chains
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Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO of Interos, and Walter Charles, former CPO of Allergan
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    This webinar with Andrea Little Limbago, VP, Research and Analysis Interos will cover:
    - The emergence of distinct technospheres of influence, and the supply chain risks and opportunities associated with them
    - What role AI and data analytics can play to support real-time extraction, interpretation, and analysis of supply chain risk
    - How to build resilience and effectively scope solutions to ensure your organization is resilient against supply chain instability in the future
  • Interos CISO Insight Series: Supply Chain Challenges for the Evolving CISO Oct 28 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Renee Murphy, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, and Stuart Phillips, Product Marketing Director for Cyber at Interos
    The supply chain has become top of mind issue for CISO organizations. Evolving threat vectors, changing expectations, C-Suite concerns, and expanded compliance have made the CISO role more challenging than ever. It is critical for CISO success in this ever-evolving landscape to transition from a traditional reactive approach to being proactive in reducing the supply chain risk to the organization and uncovering the hidden dangers in 4th and 5th party suppliers.

    Join guest Renee Murphy, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, and Stuart Phillips, Product Marketing Director for Cyber at Interos, as we discuss these topics and more:

    - The changing role of the CISO organization in supply chain
    - Challenges with traditional methods of supply chain risk analysis
    - Changing from reactive to proactive monitoring of the supply chain
    - Why the CISO must evolve to address more than cyber risk
    - Meeting the C-Suite needs for information and strategy
  • Providing Transparency on Every Risk Across your Digital Business EcoSystem Recorded: Oct 20 2021 15 mins
    Stuart Phillips, Interos' Director Product Marketing for Cyber
    During this webinar Interos' Director Product Marketing for Cyber, Stuart Phillips, takes the info sec community through the risk threats to digital supply chains.
    During the session he focuses on defining the supply chain cyber security challenges currently faced in business ecosystems and the technology necessary to solve them. Stuart touches up the necessity for further integration between procurement and info sec departments to ensure a greater level of supply chain threat mitigation. Finally Stuart reviews how supply chain cyber security has instigated a change in the role of the CISO
  • The Key to Survival: Place Risk at the Centre of Planning Recorded: Oct 12 2021 48 mins
    Karen Smith, Kontoor Brands, Inc. and Larry Grischow, Abercrombie & Fitch Co.
    There are thousands of risk factors endangering supply chains every day - watch this panel discussion from Reuter's Supply Chain to find out what they are and what to do about it.

    In the discussion The Key to Survival: Place Risk at the Centre of Planning  Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO & Co-Founder, Interos Inc joins Karen Smith, Vice President, Global Supply Chain Operations, Kontoor Brands, Inc. and Larry Grischow, Senior Vice President, Supply Chain & Procurement, Abercrombie & Fitch Co. to discuss why with so many risk scenarios on the table, you need to know exactly where your supply chain weak spots are and plan for risk.
  • Interos CISO Insight Series: 6 Vital Insights Into Supply Chain Security Recorded: Sep 30 2021 15 mins
    Stuart Phillips, Product Marketing Director for Cyber at Interos
    Interos recently hosted a roundtable for financial services industry (FSI) security professionals with the goal of discussing supply chain challenges facing cyber teams. The event included 30 FSI participants and several of our supply chain security experts and produced some fascinating insight into the kinds of threats CISOs face in today’s landscape.

    Join Stuart Phillips, Product Marketing Director for Cyber at Interos, as he examines the findings, which include:
    ·       The limitations of third-party risk software
    ·       Vetting suppliers during the onboarding process
    ·       The benefits of continuous monitoring and supplier visibility
  • “Where’s My Stuff?” Manufacturers Talk Supply Chain Visibility Recorded: Sep 9 2021 42 mins
    Jennifer Bisceglie, Lora Cecere, founder of Supply Chain Insights, and leaders from Pfizer, Volvo, Anaplan, and Mondelēz.
    As supply chain managers, what should your visibility goals look like? What tools are available and what benefits do they really provide?

    In this Economist Global Trade Week event—featuring some of the biggest names in manufacturing and supply chain thought leadership—panelists share insights into:
    ·       Which risks require the most attention
    ·       How technology is advancing to offer superior visibility for every industry
    ·       Why balancing cost reduction with better customer service is vital

    Interos founder and CEO Jennifer Bisceglie joins the discussion moderated by Lora Cecere, founder of Supply Chain Insights, and featuring leaders from Pfizer, Volvo, Anaplan, and Mondelēz.

    Watch now.
  • Risk is Expanding Our View of Supplier Value Recorded: Sep 3 2021 27 mins
    Greg Holt, Product Marketing Director, Procurement, Interos
    Unit price, bundled pricing, total landed cost, overall capacity, quality, total value.

    These are just some of the concerns procurement and sourcing teams wrestle with as they consider suppliers. But recent events have put more focus on supplier risks—ones that lie hidden deep within supplier networks.

    We have all watched as disruptions—delivery challenges, unethical labor practices, environmental events, etc.—take increasingly visible and costly tolls on operational resilience. Not to mention the cost to brand reputations. So, what’s the right and best response?

    Join us for an in-depth and revealing discussion on how procurement and sourcing professionals can:
    · Gain insight into how existing supplier evaluation approaches are falling short
    · Leverage technology to avoid risk and build resilience
    · Improve what they bring to the table as organizations look for ways to see and avoid risks
  • Empowering Procurement To Be the First Line of Defense Against Disruption Recorded: Sep 2 2021 23 mins
    Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO of Interos, and Walter Charles, former CPO of Allergan
    As the once-global pandemic transitions into a regional dilemma, a new business environment has emerged in its wake. Global organizations are moving to embrace a trust and resilience-oriented operating model, but this pivot brings its own series of challenges. 

    Join Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO of Interos, and Walter Charles, former CPO of Allergan, as they discuss the major procurement challenges of this new and uncertain time, including:

    ·       The aftereffects of COVID-19
    ·       Potential impacts of new global regulatory mandates
    ·       Emerging risks lurking in the sub-tiers of global supply chains
  • Mitigating Supply Chain Threats The Financial Sector has Ignored for Too Long Recorded: Aug 26 2021 60 mins
    Ken Wolckenhauer with Nordea; Nita Kohli,with Freddie Mac; and Sujatha Ramesh with Citi.
    How can disruptive “black swan” events be dead when the the financial sector is contending with COVID-19, SolarWinds, China trade wars, and other supply chain threats on an almost daily basis? The answer is there in the question: Highly disruptive, unpredictable events are now regular occurrences. Financial Institutions can no longer be forgiven for not anticipating their impacts.

    Two-thirds of highly publicized cyber breaches now occur through the supply chain. Outdated and siloed approaches to supply chain risk management are a recipe for deep financial loss and brand damage. Supplier visibility is now a boardroom topic across most financial institutions—which means organizations need a new strategy for understanding disruptions and gaining operational resilience.

    Moderated by Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO and founder of Interos, this on-demand webinar provides critical insight into today’s biggest supply chain challenges affecting the financial services sector, including:

    ·       Identifying current and emerging types of risk, from cyber breaches to ESG
    ·       Communicating third-party risks to executives and the board
    ·       How top organizations are using continuous monitoring and modern, technology-driven frameworks to mitigate disruptions
    ·       Preparing for global regulations and understanding environmental/social/governance (ESG) compliance issues

    Joining Jennifer is an incredible panel of risk leaders from a broad spectrum of the community. Panelists include, Ken Wolckenhauer, Vice President Vendor Management at Nordea; Nita Kohli, Head of Operational Resilience with Freddie Mac; and Sujatha Ramesh, Global Head Strategic Initiatives Metrics and Third-Party Management at Citi.
  • It’s Time for a Resilience Operations Center Recorded: Aug 19 2021 27 mins
    Stuart Phillips, Product Marketing Director, Cyber
    There are no more “black swan” events. Risks exist at every point in your supply chain—cyber, regulatory, geopolitical, environment, and financial—and most risk management systems were not designed for such complexity.

    Forward thinking organizations are using a Resilience Operations Center (ROC) to meet modern risks head-on, gain visibility, and speed their reaction time. Attend this webinar to understand why a ROC is a vital business practice and put your supply chain on the path toward operational resilience. Get insights into:

    ·       Ensuring risk management objectives are tied to organizational goals.
    ·       Removing silos to form agile and informed teams
    ·       Using automation and data to improve and speed decision making
    ·       Coordinating with partners to improve product and service delivery.
  • The Board’s Oversight of Emerging Risks Recorded: Aug 12 2021 27 mins
    Dean Yoost, Board Member, Pacific Life and MUFG, and Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO Interos
    Financial organizations face a deluge of external shocks—events that traditional stress testing can’t detect or prepared them for, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and massive supply-chain software attacks like the SolarWinds breach. Companies are also subject to regulatory changes connected to ongoing trade conflict with China.  

    How can organizations overcome these challenges?
    Join us to hear Dean Yoost, Board Member, Pacific Life and MUFG, and Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO Interos, discuss how emerging risks are impacting board and management structures and affecting polices, priorities, and predictions. They’ll also offer insights and perspectives into:

    ·       Aligning board members and management on risks
    ·       Balancing risk priorities and setting board-level focus areas for ESG
    ·       The importance of continuous risk monitoring in digital supply chains
    ·       How to adapt, standardize, and educate workforce attitudes toward emerging risks
  • “Where’s My Stuff?” Manufacturers Talk Supply Chain Visibility Recorded: Aug 11 2021 42 mins
    Jennifer Bisceglie, Lora Cecere, founder of Supply Chain Insights, and leaders from Pfizer, Volvo, Anaplan, and Mondelēz.
    As supply chain managers, what should your visibility goals look like? What tools are available and what benefits do they really provide?

    In this Economist Global Trade Week event—featuring some of the biggest names in manufacturing and supply chain thought leadership—panelists share insights into:
    ·       Which risks require the most attention
    ·       How technology is advancing to offer superior visibility for every industry
    ·       Why balancing cost reduction with better customer service is vital

    Interos founder and CEO Jennifer Bisceglie joins the discussion moderated by Lora Cecere, founder of Supply Chain Insights, and featuring leaders from Pfizer, Volvo, Anaplan, and Mondelēz.

    Watch now.
  • Supply Chain Disruptions: The High Cost of the Status Quo Recorded: Aug 4 2021 38 mins
    Greg Holt - Product Marketing Director, Procurement
    What price does your organization pay for supply chain disruptions?

    The Interos Annual Global Supply Chain Report, a survey of 900 enterprise decision makers, found that disruptions cost them $184M every year—not including the additional cost of brand damage.
    Join leaders from Interos as they reveal findings from the report and discuss best practices organizations can adopt to achieve operational resilience goals. Webinar topics will include:

    ·      Why supply chain disruptions are gaining board room attention
    ·       The importance of supplier visibility and monitoring in risk mitigation
    ·       Why the risk management status quo is becoming increasingly costly
    ·       How AI and automation are helping organizations see and avoid threats
  • Tearing Down Silos in Supply Chain Risk Recorded: Aug 3 2021 26 mins
    Vinay Kapoor, VP Product Management at Interos, and Kelly White, co-founder and CEO of RiskRecon
    As threats increase in number and sophistication, it’s time for businesses to rewrite their rules—or risk serious financial and brand reputation damage.

    Listen in as Vinay Kapoor, VP Product Management at Interos, and Kelly White, co-founder and CEO of RiskRecon, as they discuss why businesses can no longer treat cyber risk and supply chain resilience as two separate practices. They argue that, in an interconnected world, the lines between physical and digital networks have blurred, and organizations need to monitor resilience across the entire business ecosystem in order to compete.
  • The Black Swan Is Dead—What’s Next for Supply Chain Resilience? Recorded: Jul 20 2021 24 mins
    Interos founder and CEO Jennifer Bisceglie and Johnathan Eaton, Principal, Supply Chain Practice Leader at Grant Thornton
    Supply chain disruptions are no longer rare or unpredictable. Which means not knowing isn’t an option anymore.

    This change has created a new business imperative—operational resilience: the ability of an organization to continue providing products or services in the face of supply chain events or “shocks.”

    In this fireside chat, Interos founder and CEO Jennifer Bisceglie, along with Johnathan Eaton, Principal, Supply Chain Practice Leader at Grant Thornton, discuss this shift and lay out the fundamental actions organizations need to take, including:

    - Shifting standard business behavior from response to prevention
    - Making managing risk an organization-wide job
    - Learning to manage risk beyond the walls of their companies

    They also delve into the forward-looking tools that can enable organizations to successfully map, monitor, and model their supply chains.
  • The Board’s Oversight of Emerging Risks Recorded: Jul 8 2021 27 mins
    Dean Yoost, Board Member, Pacific Life and MUFG, and Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO Interos
    Financial organizations face a deluge of external shocks—events that traditional stress testing can’t detect or prepared them for, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and massive supply-chain software attacks like the SolarWinds breach. Companies are also subject to regulatory changes connected to ongoing trade conflict with China.  

    How can organizations overcome these challenges?
    Join us to hear Dean Yoost, Board Member, Pacific Life and MUFG, and Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO Interos, discuss how emerging risks are impacting board and management structures and affecting polices, priorities, and predictions. They’ll also offer insights and perspectives into:

    ·       Aligning board members and management on risks
    ·       Balancing risk priorities and setting board-level focus areas for ESG
    ·       The importance of continuous risk monitoring in digital supply chains
    ·       How to adapt, standardize, and educate workforce attitudes toward emerging risks
  • Kaseya Ransomware Attack - Uncovering threats in the hidden supply chain Recorded: Jul 8 2021 46 mins
    Stuart Phillips, Product Marketing Director for Cyber at Interos
    Supply chain attacks are becoming more common and disruptive. The recent Kaseya attack and the SolarWinds event highlight the damage done by attacks that come into the organization through trusted partners and suppliers. Cybersecurity teams must address these new types of attacks that pose a grave risk to their organization. Interos can map, monitor, and model the supply chain to enable the CISO to respond to these attacks swiftly and effectively. Please join our discussion of the unique problems defending against supply chain attacks, the evolution of the cyber organization in supply chain, and how Interos can help defend your organization.

    Join us on this webinar to learn:

    • The nature of supply chain attacks
    • The changing role of the CISO and evolution of responsibilities
    • SolarWinds versus Kaseya
    • How to map your supply chain with Interos for both proactive and reactive response
    • Monitoring and modeling the supply chain in an operational environment
  • Map, Model, & Monitor Supply Chains Recorded: Jul 8 2021 33 mins
    Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO and founder of Interos; Tina Richard, Chief Procurement Officer, SAIC, Stan Brown, Former CPO, Xerox.
    SolarWinds, trade wars, and COVID-19 created the perfect storm. These disruptions revealed extensive vulnerabilities across digital and physical supply chains—but they also created opportunities for prepared organizations.

    To discuss these issues, The Procurement Leaders' Resilient Supplier Networks event brought together a stellar group of thought leaders: Lorenza Schiaffino, Head of Content at Procurement Leaders; Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO and founder of Interos; Tina Richard, Chief Procurement Officer, SAIC, Stan Brown, Former CPO, Xerox.

    Together they shared insights into:
    1.     Key trends shaping how businesses are approaching risk and resilience
    2.     The value that procurement teams provide to organizations regarding third-party risk
    3.     The role procurement plays in leading the drive for business risk mitigation and resilience objectives
    4.     The big challenges organizations face when implementing operational resilience
  • No Party like a Third Party: Ensuring Successful & Secure Vendor Management Recorded: Jun 22 2021 40 mins
    Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO and founder of Interos Inc
    Supply chain-based cyber-attacks, which have risen dramatically since the COVID pandemic, pose an ever-increasing threat to organizations. SolarWinds, Accellion, Microsoft Exchange, Colonial Pipeline—every week seems to bring to light another compromised critical third-party vendor and industry titan.

    These events highlight the inherent risks an interwoven, global supply chain can pose to continued operations. And these highly public attacks will certainly not be the last.

    To help your organization understand and better prepare for these threats, join Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO and founder of Interos Inc; David Levine, VP Corporate and Information Security, CSO, of Ricoh; Mitch Parker, CISO of Indiana University Health; Rick Doten, VP, Information Security, Centene and CISO, Carolina Complete Health; and Marian Reed, Former Head of IT Security at Serta Simmons Bedding.

    This stellar group will share insights and guidance on:
    1.     Ensuring that new vendors are secure throughout the process, from sourcing to on-boarding.
    2.     The necessity of keeping all vendors and systems updated and preserving compatibility.
    3.     Addressing a partner breach or threat and knowing when to work together and when to walk away.
  • Turn Supply Chain Visibility into an Advantage Recorded: Jun 8 2021 18 mins
    Jennifer Bisceglie, Founder and CEO of Interos, and Stephen Hall, Head of Partnerships and Engagement at Procurement Leaders
    Our organizations, communities, and supply chains are interconnected and interdependent. To mitigate disruption in such a complex environment, you need to know your suppliers, build trust, gain visibility, innovate on risk management, and balance localization with globalization.

    Jennifer Bisceglie, founder and CEO of Interos, and Stephen Hall, Head of Partnerships and Engagement at Procurement Leaders, discuss how maximizing visibility into supply chains provides a competitive advantage.

    During this discussion, they tackle critical questions around operational resilience, including:
    1.      How does real-time continuous supply chain visibility offer a competitive advantage?
    2.      How can the government and private sector, alone and jointly, better position themselves for operational resilience?
    3.      Given that transparency is not a new concept or challenge, why are things different now?
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