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Author: Karl Viertel, Stefan Sulistyo

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Join Alyne founders, Karl Viertel and Stefan Sulistyo on The RegTech Report. Your update on all things RegTech. Their mission is to bring you the latest news, speak with industry pioneers and muse about the latest tech.
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ESG topics and global Mega Trends are gaining fast momentum  - with regulation increasing and likes of reporting being made mandatory in some sectors. Karl and Stefan discuss ESG Risk Management as a hot topic to watch. In the second segment, they discuss an older topic of Data Residency which seems to be gaining steam again. What is the legal view? Why is there avoidance of the public cloud and preference for own tenancy? Are we in a bubble, or is this a trend?Then, Karl and Stefan's Top 3 'Corporate email fails'. 
Karl and Stefan talk about access to the internet and how it influences various democratic processes.  In the second segment, Karl talks to Frederick Geyer, Alyne's specialist for Control Frameworks based out of the US, to discuss Financial Controls and modern assurance mechanisms. What approaches should be taken in the design and testing of internal Controls? How do you go about achieving financial integrity and resilience? How is technology facilitating this process?Then, Top 3: YouTube categories on Karl and Stefan's playlist.  
In this episode, Karl and Stefan discuss recent data privacy issues related to popular messaging apps. In segment two, they dive into the key role of RegTech in the healthcare industry, in light of the current situation.Then: Top 3 lighthearted reasons for (and against) taking the  COVID-19 vaccine. 
In the first segment, Stefan talks to Erkan Wisler from RegTech Impact on the past, present and future of RegTech. Where are we in the hype cycle? What does RegTech 3.0 look like?Secondly, Stefan and Karl discuss their predictions of the big themes for 2021 in business, technology and regulation.To close off the year, they end with their top 3 thoughts on how the year 2020 might end. 
In the first segment, Karl and Stefan discuss E-Government, the flaws in many government identity schemes and the impact it has on the likes of voting and elections – in contrast with a country that gets Digital Identity Systems right. In the second segment, Karl talks to Shawn Livermore, author of Amazon best-selling book, Average Joe: Be the Silicon Valley Tech Genius. The book teaches anyone how to think, speak, and create like some of the brightest tech founders in the world. The episode discussion is centred around innovation and creativity in tech. Then, our top 3:  Binge-worthy shows to stream right now. 
Stefan Sulistyo is joined by Krista Arndt, Deputy CISO of Customers Bank, to discuss the life of a CISO, the parallels of risk management and race car driving, and Vendor Threat Intelligence.  Then, Stefan is joined by Felix Schock, Head of Customer Success at Alyne to talk about how Insuretech's, FinTech's and other startups in the financial services industry are faring though the crisis. Top 3: Alman Behaviours (Alman = Typically German, in Turkish)
What is required for the German auditing standard, IDW PS 340 n.F.? Karl Viertel and Claudia Howe (Sales Director at Alyne) talk to Jochen Friedemann (Head of Operational Risk at HDI) on operational risk and preparing for audit against such standards. Listen in as they discuss aspects such as risk models, risk assessment (qualitative and quantitative), documentation, communication and tips like talking to the auditor in his/her own language.This week's Top 3: How to recognise a Big 4 consultant
In the first segment, Karl talks to Ben Richmond, CEO and Founder at Cube on change management and implementation in the context of RegTech. In the second segment, Karl and Stefan cover contact tracing apps, arguably the greatest change management undertaking of current times – preventing the spread of the Coronavirus through technology acceptance and transparency.  Then, in celebration of the move to our new Alyne Munich office, we've decided to do the Top 3 cliché startup office objects.
This episode, we talk to Charles Delingpole – Founder and CEO of ComplyAdvantage – on sustainability, ethical governance and how at the core, RegTech's purpose is centred around supporting a better future for all.Then in the second segment, Karl and Stefan dive into a current snapshot of the cyber attacks recently experienced at Alyne. Then, a summer edition discussing Top 3 cool down tips.
Karl and Stefan discuss thoughts on the similarities between two major and rapidly unfolding stories of 2020 - the Twitter Hack and Wirecard. Both environments, who are heavily regulated and audited with strong conventional controls, still left a wide open space to defraud shareholders, manipulate employees and expose customers. In 2020, moving people into new environments shifted the security baseline, making employees vulnerable with compromised security awareness. What does this tell us about the nature of Controls? Can this even be completely prevented going forward? As even in the strongest castle, you can still find some way to get through the walls. Top 3: Things that went away with COVID and are likely not coming back any time soon.
Karl Viertel (CEO at Alyne), Shiran Weitzman, (CEO at Shield), Danny Gal (CRO at Clausematch) and Koen Vanderhoydonk (CEO at Blanco) talk about their checklist for "New Compliance Normal" with Bayley Benton.  In recent months, the operations of the financial services have been taken by surprise. During this period, financial services have been embracing innovative technologies in order to continue servicing their clients. This transition has raised many concerns revolving around compliance in the "new" work environment. We are in the midst of a true compliance evolution and a new compliance checklist is required for financial services to remain relevant and compliant. Check out compliancevolution.com to see more from the companies. 
Recent events have revolutionised the trajectory of business operation and opened the doors for organisations to function collectively, yet in a decentralised manner. This downtime does not signify a pause in compliance and regulation, but rather a time for organisations to review their operational efficiencies as we undergo a true compliance revolution. In our 7 point strategy, Karl and Stefan provide projections for the future of business and compliance. In the second segment, the pair discuss Contact Tracing Apps and the privacy, compliance and controls surrounding it. How do you distinguish between tracking and tracing? How do you prevent the misuse of a structure such as this, that is already in place?Top 3: Small things you realised you missed, now that things are getting back to 'normal'.
Karl and Stefan discuss cyber attacks and phishing attempts - why perimeter security is essential, but awareness is paramount. Then, Enterprise controls and frameworks, and last cloud computing and sustainability – reducing your digital and organisational carbon footprint. Then, our special Top 3: Disappointments of the apocalypse #nerdedition
A webinar, turned podcast: Hosts Karl Viertel and Stefan Sulistyo are joined by Michael Rasmussen (GRC20/20) and Jochen Friedemann (Operational Risk at HDI Group) to discuss operational resilience in a time of unprecedented uncertainty, OpRisk responses to current events and insights for today and future landscapes, with a Q&A session from our viewers. 
Karl, Stefan and Bayley discuss the dynamic and constantly developing COVID-19 situation. How is the outbreak influencing working environments, disrupting economies and shaking up the world as we know it? We discuss going virtual, vital communication methods, remaining 100% productive and all of the different pros and cons that go with being remote.  
We recently conducted an Alyne BCM exercise around various Coronavirus scenarios: what is the probability, the business impact and appropriate responses? Karl and Stefan provide insight into the in-house discussion. They then discuss international Women's day and celebrate the women in tech and the women at Alyne, but debate the question: Is it a good or bad thing that we need dedicated conferences for women in Cyber and tech? Then, in the third topic, Karl and Stefan cover team management and pose another question: Is managing a RegTech any different to managing any other company?Top 3: Doomsday Survival Strategies #NerdEdition 
Straight out of our New York office, Karl chats with Alyne's head of North America, Tyler Gowen, on the state of RegTech in the US. What can we expect the focus topics to be for the year ahead?  Then, Karl is joined by our guest John Lore, attorney at Capital Fund Law, to discuss investment strategies and the current investment ecosystem in RegTech, specifically in the US. Then the news and our Top 3: Football vs Soccer. 
In our final episode for 2019, we look back the RegTech predictions made by all four Alyne founders in a blog post published at the beginning of the year. Then, Karl and Stefan discuss their thoughts on what 2020 might have in store for the likes of technology, RegTech, compliance and more. Stefan then moves out of the studio to get some live team input on what they are excited for within RegTech and for Alyne in the coming year. Top 3 binge-worthy TV shows for the holidays. #NerdEdition
Karl and Stefan discuss one of the most primary elements of RegTech: Controls. What exactly makes up a good control and why are so many enterprise controls so overburdened, over dimensioned and not as efficient as they should be? In segment 2, Karl talks to Theresa Azari, Co-founder and CCO of 'Fractional CISO' about what GRC success looks like and the transition toward a new GRC workforce generation. Then, our Top 3: Generational differences between Millennials and Boomers.
In this episode, Karl and Stefan discuss RegTech’s relevance in the context of FinTech, and look at the ways in which RegTech differs, yet greatly benefits financial institutions in their resilience and cost-cutting efforts. In the second segment, they focus on investment in RegTech – both from an Investors perspective, as well as from a RegTech entrepreneur who might be looking for the right investor.  And while we are on the topic, this episode’s Top 3: Typical Investor Responses
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