RSA Archer Third Party Governance Use Cases Deep Dive

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Summary

The RSA Archer Third Party Management Use Cases Deep Dive on-demand lab provides a closer look at five use cases:

  • Issues Management
  • Third Party Catalog
  • Third Party Engagement
  • Third Party Risk Management
  • Third Party Governance

 

Overview

This self-paced on-demand lab is part of a series that offers a deeper look into specific use cases within the RSA Archer GRC product. The use cases included in the Third Party Management solution area include: Issues Management, Third Party Catalog, Third Party Engagement, Third Party Risk Management, and an overarching Third Party Governance use case that brings all of these together. Many use cases can build on each other to help provide organizations with a quick win and faster return on investment as their processes mature. 

 

Within this on-demand lab, students will have the opportunity to view demo videos, review documentation, and observe a sample design session that gives the viewer some insight into things that should be considered prior to implementing a Third Party Management solution.

 

Lab exercises provide students with the ability to practice what they have. To maximize the value of your learning experience, this course also includes access to RSA University’s virtual environment.

 

Audience

RSA Archer Partners, RSA Customer Support, Professional Services and Customers.

 

Delivery Type

On-Demand Lab

 

Duration

Estimated time to complete is 5 to 6 hours. Exact time required to complete all lab exercises will vary based on the existing Archer experience level of each learner.

 

Note: RSA University’s virtual lab environment is provided for 10 hours of overall practice time over a 14-day period.

 

Accessing the Lab Environment

Lab exercises are performed in the RSA University virtual lab environment. The downloadable Lab Guide provides detailed instructions on access the environment.

 

For more information please view the document Access RSA University Virtual Labs – available on the RSA University site:RSA University Content

 

Prerequisite Knowledge/Skills 

RSA Archer Solutions Overview and knowledge about the GRC industry.
RSA Archer Solutions Area: Third Party Governance.
Also recommended: RSA Archer Platform Fundamentals for Business Users OR
RSA Archer Reporting & Navigation.

 

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this training, the learner should be able to do the following for the use cases within the Third Party Management solution area:

  • Explain the business purpose of each use case
  • Define the individual Archer Components that make up each use case
  • Navigate the components that make up each use case
  • Complete common actions performed within each use case
  • If applicable, engage others in dialog needed to clarify implementation needs of each use case
  • Navigating the components that make up each use case
  • Completing common actions performed within each use case
  • Clarifying implementation needs of each use case

 

Course Outline

  • Issues Management unit includes:
    – Documentation
    – Demo Video
    – Sample Design Session
    – Knowledge Check
  • Issues Management lab – includes practice in managing:
    – Findings
    – Remediation Plans
    – Exception Requests
  • Third Party Catalog unit includes:
    – Documentation
    – Demo Video
    – Sample Design Session
    – Knowledge Check
  • Third Party Catalog lab – includes practice in:
    – Creating a multi-level third party (Parent, child, sub-child)
    – Creating a basic product and service engagement record and tying it to the third party
    – Attaching a contract
    – Cross-referencing to named individuals and business units to establish accountability for the third party relationship
  • Third Party Engagement unit includes:
    – Documentation
    – Demo Video
    – Sample Design Session
    – Knowledge Check
  • Third Party Engagement lab – includes practice in:
    – Creating a product and service engagement record and tying it to the third party
    – Creating a certificate of insurance record, related to the engagement record
    – Performing a financial wherewithal assessment
    – Performing a contract risk assessment
    – Performing an inherent risk assessment for each of seven risk categories
  • Third Party Risk Management unit includes:
    – Documentation
    – Demo Video
    – Sample Design Session
    – Knowledge Check
  • Third Party Risk Management lab – includes practice in:
    – Launching a third party control questionnaire
    – Reviewing the results of a completed questionnaire, and noting how wrong answers are captured as a finding, where attachments go, how residual risk is scored for each of the seven risk categories, how 4th parties are captured
    – Learning how 4th parties are assessed
    – Learning how inherent and residual risk rolls up from the engagement to
    the third party profile’s parent profile and to the various dashboards
  • Third Party Governance unit includes:
    – Documentation
    – Demo Video
    – Sample Design Session
    – Knowledge Check
  • Third Party Governance lab – includes practice in:
    – Setting up a performance metric (e.g. A service level agreement, SLA metric) manually and using the metric library and connecting them to an engagement
    – Identifying how metric information is collected (manually, uploaded, etc.) and how to determine if all has been collected in a timely manner
    – Viewing how third party performance rolls up from engagements to the parent profile and dashboards
  • Final Assessment over all use cases is available to test your knowledge
  • An additional lab set of documents echoes the Sample Design Session video
    showcased in the materials of this course, and provides an opportunity for the
    learner to experiment implementing the sample company’s design

 

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