Alyned Thinking

Why new thinking is needed and how we are putting our expertise to work.
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    Press Release

    Accelerating Cyber Security in the Automotive Sector, in Partnership with PROOF by ESCRYPT

    Alyne’s GRC Software as a Service, has partnered with an automotive security specialist, ESCRYPT as well as KPMG to offer joint expertise in developing the Product Security Organisation Framework (PROOF).   
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    Articles

    Helping Customers Find Success, One Use Case at a Time

    In this blog article, we take a look at the journey Alyne's Customer Success Team embarks with all Alyne customers. Our team members are dedicated and passionate about unifying and managing every stage of the customer relationship by adding value to existing operations and perspectives. Alyne’s Customer Success Team strives to provide ongoing guidance to all customers towards achieving their Governance, Risk and Compliance goals.
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    Creating Breakthroughs in Alyne through Greater Product & Development Team Collaboration

    Agile collaboration across teams is the cornerstone of any successful business. In this article, the Alyne Product and Compliance Team elaborates on how collaboration takes place in our workplace as we drive new product features.
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    White Paper

    Smart Compliance: Enabling Your Business To Succeed

    Compliance processes are typically expensive, time-consuming and reactive rather than proactive; all these aside from the high costs associated with non-compliance. A Smart Compliance Process is one that encompasses a holistic integrated approach, leveraging technology to facilitate a more agile process, making compliance teams more efficient and effective with the ultimate goal of generating greater value for the organisation.
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    Articles

    Building Operational Resilience Through Efficient Supply Chains

    It is unforeseen events that put in evidence how volatile supply chains can be and how interconnected economies are in a globalised world. There are substantial risks to consider in a crisis like the one generated by the blocking of the Suez Canal. All though now cleared, the impact on supply chains, price volatility, risks of delay and failure of delivery are as present as ever. In this blog article, learn more about how to avoid exposure to risks directly connected to supply chains and how success lies in preparation, anticipation and adaptation.