Alyned Thinking

Why new thinking is needed and how we are putting our expertise to work.
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    From StartUp to ScaleUp - Success Factors for Transforming a Customer Success Function (Part 1)

    A new article series to provide an insider look at Alyne’s Customer Success Team. In this first article, Felix Schock shares some of the most important developments and transformations within the team, with insights on topics like team structure, knowledge sharing and internal collaboration – all crucial aspects in the positive development of a growing team.
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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.
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    Snapshot of Current Cyber Attacks on Alyne

    Even though Alyne is a relatively small organisation, we are subject to a surprisingly large range of targeted phishing attacks. Our customers trust highly sensitive data for processing in Alyne and it is our responsibility to be good custodians of that data - and trust.
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    Library Updates

    Library Update: Cybersecurity Law of the People's Republic of China

    The Cybersecurity Law of the People's Republic of China Control Set has recently been rolled out, containing 212 robust Controls, helping organisations operating in mainland China to become compliant with the Chinese regulation through setting up relevant internal Controls.
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    IDW PS 340 n.F. – Yet another task or rather an opportunity for risk management?

    The recent revision of the auditing standard IDW PS 340 n.F. has caused a heated debate around topics such as risk-bearing capacity and aggregation, placing a greater focus on the methodology of the risk management system and the degree of importance for using quantitative approaches.