Alyned Thinking

Why new thinking is needed and how we are putting our expertise to work.
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    Digital Trust in the Healthcare Industry: The Balance Between Innovation and Protection

    When you combine advancements in technology as a means to improve processes within healthcare, the scope of possibilities are endless. How do you deal with the challenges of securing the digital ecosystem from highly innovative fraudsters, paired with a lack of specialists to counter the attacks, topped off with a largely distrustful community? This article will take a look at the factors hindering digital transformation within the healthcare industry, key regulations governing them and approaches for consideration.
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    Alyne RegTech Partnerships - Lessons Learned to Take into 2021

    Alyne's Partnership program has developed significantly over the course of the last few years. 2020 proved to be a successful testing and learning experience for Alyne and our partners. It was a year for sense-checking and putting in place structure and strategy for our partnerships that can scale with Alyne and our ambitious global growth plans for 2021 and beyond.
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    Press Release

    Alyne partners with SpotIT to expand footprint and service offering within Europe

    Alyne is proud to announce a new partnership with our customer-turned-partner, SpotIT which is the largest independent managed services provider in Belgium.
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    Case Study

    How Alyne Helped GUD Transition From Manual Processes to a Digitised Risk Management Solution

    Learn more about how Alyne made it possible for GUD Holdings Limited to successfully transition from manual Risk Management processes to a simplified and digitised solution – aligning them with a leading industry standard control framework, ISO 27001.  
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    Avoid Capital One’s $80 Million Dollar Mistake

    Read about the OCC’s recent actions taken against Capital One and learn how to avoid a mistake like this. A combination of technical, operational and personnel weaknesses enabled a data breach in July 2019 allowing a hacker to access the private information of more than 100 million customers.