SANTA FE, N.M., May 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The 10th Annual Shared Assessments Summit week, June 26-30, is bringing together senior executives and other key stakeholders who will share peer best practices and the latest insights in managing third party risk. The 2017 focus is Third Party Risk in a Digitally Evolving Ecosystem. The Summit week, which includes pre-Summit workshops, is designed as a comprehensive opportunity for learning, networking and sharing around third party risk.

The June 28-29 Summit keynote speakers and expert panels are focused on topics that include organization-wide digital transformation and game changing technologies, cyber-risk management, third party risk research, regulation, talent management and cultural transformation. Panel experts in risk, security, technology and talent management will conduct frank discussions centered around the keynote topics.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Jim Routh, CISO, Aetna
  • Eric Piscini – Principal, Banking, Technology, Global FSI Blockchain Leader, Deloitte Consulting
  • Marene Allison, CISO, Johnson & Johnson
  • James Lam, Independent Director, Chair of the Risk Oversight Committee, Member of the Audit Committee, E*TRADE Financial

Shared Assessments members will offer their experience through real world case studies. Ken Peterson, Founder and CEO of Churchill & Harriman, along with Denise Anderson, President, National Health ISAC, will be addressing benefits and best practices in healthcare. Jonathan Dambrot, Founder and CEO, Prevalent will be discussing overcoming third party risk challenges.

Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in pre-Summit workshops led by industry experts on June 26-27. Topics include; How to Start a Third Party Risk Management Program, SIG and AUP 101 and 201, Continuous Risk Monitoring and Cloud Use.

The popular one-day Certified Third Party Risk Professional (CTPRP) class and exam will be held June 30.

Professionals who wish to join the third party risk community are invited to visit:

The Shared Assessments Program is managed by The Santa Fe Group (, a strategic advisory company providing unparalleled expertise to all verticals, including critical infrastructure organizations. The core of The Santa Fe Group’s belief system is that, despite how complicated the world of commerce might be, business can—and should—be a good citizen. We help organizations determine core values, make meaningful connections, facilitate collaboration and affect change. For more information, visit:

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