• 5 Promises a RegTech Company needs to keep to be relevant in 2016

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    2016 has arrived and if we are to believe the talking heads on blogs, Twitter and LinkedIn, it is the year FinTech companies will continue to dismantle and replace banks and the RegTech force awakens.

    My prediction is that RegTech developments will certainly be closely watched by like-minded entrepreneurs, B2B focussed investors and regulated companies. The open question remains, who will actually emerge as relevant in the RegTech space in 2016 and why. I believe there are five promises a relevant RegTech company will have to keep in order to justify the current attention in this area.

  • Alyne enters the U.S. RegTech Market

    Alyne continues global expansion with the launch of a U.S. office in New York City.

  • Alyne Profiled as a Market Leader in Global eGRC Report – Global Forecast to 2024

    Alyne has been recognised as a key market player in the recent report on global eGRC (Enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance) market.

  • Alyne voted No. 1 on the RegTech Top 100 Power List

    Alyne is part of the RegTech Top 100 Power List - featuring the most influential RegTech firms.

  • Can Risk Management and Compliance be digitalized?

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    Digitalization is a seemingly new buzz word on the agenda in many organizations as well as in pitch decks of savvy consultants. It describes the introduction of digital technology to an organizational process to make existing activities more effective or deliver a new service to the organization. Avoiding manual steps, human intervention and any unnecessary interfaces are commonly a focus point. Over the past decades, the term has been used in various contexts, from actually transforming physical processes like type setting to digital printing or using computer aided design instead of pencil and paper. However, in today’s practice, businesses usually mean leveraging X-as-a-Service offerings to apply flexible and scalable technology to optimize a specific business outcome when talking about digitalization.

  • Compliance vereinfacht

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    Verlangen Ihre Kunden für die Zusammenarbeit die Umsetzung bestimmter Standards?

    Compliance vereinfacht

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    Viele kleine und mittlere Unternehmen werden als Bedingung für die Zusammenarbeit von oftmals stark regulierten Großkunden zur Umsetzung bestimmter Standards oder um einen Nachweis ausreichender Reife gebeten. Die Kosten zur Umsetzung dieser Standards ist für kleinere Unternehmen im Verhältnis zu den Budgets deutlich höher. Fehlende Expertise in einem bestimmten Fachbereich kann die Compliance-Kosten zusätzlich in die Höhe treiben.

    Alyne bietet Anleitung sowie einfache und umsetzbare Kontrollen, um gezielt die Anforderungen aus Standards wie unter Anderem die ISO27000 Gruppe für IT-Sicherheitsmanagement, die ISO 31000 Gruppe für Risikomanagement, ISO 22300 für Notfallvorsorge, dem NIST Cybersecurity Framework, COBIT 4.1 und 5, COSO und PCI DSS in Ihrem Business umzusetzen. Nutzen Sie die Alyne Bibliotheken, um Ihrer Organisation Expertise zur Verfügung zu stellen und demonstrieren Sie einen hohen Reifegrad gegenüber Ihren Kunden.


    KMU Compliance Standards

  • Compliance with APRA CPS 234 using Alyne

    Capabilities and benefits of utilising Alyne's software as a service for your organisation's APRA CPS 234 requirements. 

  • Customer Case Study - LEDVANCE

    Customer Case Study with LEDVANCE, a leading supplier of innovative lighting products pursues the group's modern overall strategy by implementing Alyne, a cloud-based risk management solution. 

  • Cyber Security Awareness Month

    Cyber Awareness Month: Make sure your door isn't wide open to cyber trick-or-treaters.

  • Getting Started with GDPR

    Alyne provides a powerful and pragmatic capability to enable you to meet your obligations under the new European Data Privacy regulation GDPR. This guide will assist you in getting started in just a few simple steps.

  • Innovation vs Compliance in the Financial Services Sector

    The role of innovation in today’s compliance landscape in the financial sector.

  • Mitigation Task View, Control Set PDFs and super-fast Risk Graphs

    Mitigation Task View

    Summary of Changes

    Mitigation Task View

    1. Mitigation Task View

    The Risk Management comes with a different view: Mitigation Tasks

    Control Set PDFs

    2. Control Set PDFs

    Control Sets can now be exported to nicely formatted PDF.

    Risk Graph

    3. Dagger

    All Risk Graph-related activities in the app are now 50 times faster.

  • New cool Report features and Radars for Responders

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    Summary of Changes

    Risk Heatmap and Compliance Summary

    1. Report Updates

    We revamped the most popular Report sections: Risk Heatmap and Compliance Summary.

    Implement Control

    2. Implement control mitigation

    We introduce a new mitigation action type: "Implement Control".

    Responder Radar

    3. Responder Radar

    Assessment recipients can view their results in a private radar diagram (if you allow it).

  • Raconteur & The Sunday Times feature: RegTech gives banks the resilience they need

    Alyne thought leadership on Operational Resilience, featured in the Future of FinTech, published by Raconteur and The Sunday Times.

  • RegTech will disrupt Regulatory Compliance in unexpected ways

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    There is a new buzzword rocking the financial services industry: RegTech.

    According to the easy algorithm of combining a short form of an industry to be disrupted with the suffix “-Tech”, RegTech stands for “Regulation Technology”. To explain it, we have to make a little excursion to last week’s hot topic in the form of FinTech (Financial Technology).

  • Simplified Compliance

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    Are you under pressure from your customers to comply with certain standards?

    Simplified Compliance

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    Many small and medium businesses are requested to comply with various standards or respond to assessments for proving sufficient maturity to provide services to larger and often times highly regulated organisations. Cost of compliance and implementation can be disproportionately higher for smaller businesses, if there is not sufficient subject matter expertise available in house and conventional approaches to compliance are applied.

    Alyne provides guidance along with simple and actionable controls for your business to meet requirements defined in many leading standards such as the ISO 27000 group for Information Security Management, ISO 31000 group for Risk Management, ISO 22300 for Business Continuity, the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, COBIT 4.1 and 5, COSO, PCI DSS and more. Using Alyne’s control statement library provides an easy way to demonstrate maturity of your organisation without the typically high cost of hiring subject matter expertise.


    Small & Medium Businesses Compliance Standards

  • Standards Radar for Responders and Realtime Access Control

    Standards Radar for Responders and Realtime Access Control

    Summary of Changes

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    1.... and again improved Radars

    Responder Radars now feature the standards radar. All Radars are sorted alphabetically now.

    Realtime Access Control

    2. Realtime Access Control

    Removing a user or changing the user type is enforced in realtime.

    Configurable Session Timeout

    3. Configurable Session Timeout

    Admins of an Alyne org can configure the inactivity timeout individually.