Alyned Thinking

Why new thinking is needed and how we are putting our expertise to work.
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    Thought Leadership

    Vendor Governance - Expensive process and intransparent risk

    Vendor governance is gaining a lot of attention as one of the top drivers for cyber risk to organisations and a very significant contributor to overall operational risk - especially if you are a financial institution.
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    Product Features

    Cyber Insurance Underwriting Use Case

    Cyber Insurance is the fastest growing insurance product on the market today and Alyne has an amazing offering to scale the underwriting process. We created this use case video to demonstrate our value contribution.
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    Thought Leadership

    Post "Rogue One" Incident Security Audit Report

    Disclaimer: This report contains highly classified information pertaining to Imperial security. To be distributed only to personnel with security clearance for the "Rogue One" incident.
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    New Features

    Secure File Evidence, Report Status and some comfort enhancements

    Summary of Changes 1. Secure File Evidence Proudly, Alyne introduces Secure File Evidence as a top notch way of securely encrypting and storing files as evidence for Assessments and other Alyne features - in one of 12 storage locations (your choice). 2. Report Status and Sign-off We brought draft, review and sign-off status to Reports including a secure audit log history about the changes made in the Report: who, what, when. 3. Topic Sort in Assessments When setting up the Assessment questions, you might want to have a different sort order for your topics. Here you go.
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    Thought Leadership

    Taking traditional GRC to agile and integrated Risk Management

    Are you getting flash backs of your Motorola flip phone ringing during your risk meetings? Are your spreadsheets still colour coded in the original 16 colours Excel offered? Are your risk management and governance processes still stuck in the early 2000s?