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NYC FinTech Innovation Lab Selects Inpher for 2019 Program

NYC FinTech Innovation Lab Selects Inpher for 2019 Program

Inpher VP of Business Development, Kevin McCarthy, presents Secret Computing

Inpher was selected among a field of hundreds of applicants to participate in The FinTech Innovation Lab, a program run by The Partnership Fund for New York City and Accenture. The Lab is a “highly competitive, 12-week program that helps early- to growth-stage enterprise technology companies refine and test their value proposition with the support of the world’s leading financial service firms.” The program concludes with a live pitch to 40+ participating financial institutions demonstrating the value of Secret Computing® to the financial services industry.

The Inpher team is sponsored by 6 leading financial institutions including multinational banks and hedge funds, while also receiving mentorship from leaders such as Cris Conde, Andy Brown, David Mordecai, Jonah Crane, Maria Vullo, Raj Chakraborty, David Treat, and John Cusano.  Furthermore the FinTech Lab team including Maria Gotsch, Sunny Parikh, Dominic Paolino, and Jen Mongiori have generously contributed their time and expertise.

We look forward to continuing this momentum with several emerging use cases in financial and regulatory technologies as the program concludes. If you want to learn more about how Secret Computing® adds value within the financial services industry, send us a note at info@inpher.io.


From Financial News: "Playing with encrypted data — without seeing it"

From Financial News: "Playing with encrypted data — without seeing it"

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As David Morris writes in the Financial News Fintech Files, "With the GDPR deadline bearing down on European financial services, compelling firms to show they comply with the rules by May 25, companies with international footprints are being rudely awoken by the potentially explosive problem of where the data lives — and who regulates it."

This awakening has been long in the making; fortunately cryptography has matured accordingly.  The interview with CEO Jordan Brandt continues to posit, "what if you could analyse and perform machine learning on highly guarded data sets like post-trade data, medical records and consumer credit without having to actually see the data itself?"  

AI in Fintech Forum at Stanford

AI in Fintech Forum at Stanford

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Join global thought leaders and the Inpher executive team to discuss the future of Machine Learning in Financial Services at Stanford University on February 8.  The AI in Fintech Forum hosted by Kay Giesecke includes presentations and insights from the following experts:

  • Senator Mark Warner
  • Andrew Rachleff, CEO of Wealthfront and Cofounder of Benchmark Capital
  • Dr. Peter Cotton, Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase
  • Gideon Mann, Head of Data Science at Bloomberg
  • And many others from BlackRock, MIT, State Street, BBVA and Swiss Re

The Advanced Financial Technologies Laboratory is widely recognized for innovative and quantitative research in financial markets.  They bring equivalent rigor to their events so please join us for a day of real (and artificially) intelligent conversation!

UBS Future of Finance Challenge: Inpher selected for Investment Banking 4.0

UBS Future of Finance Challenge: Inpher selected for Investment Banking 4.0

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As a finalist of the UBS Future of Finance Challenge, Inpher will present the capabilities of Secret Computing™ to address myriad challenges facing Investment Banking, including:

  • Facilitation of data science knowledge sharing and insight
  • Machine Learning in capital markets
  • Regulatory compliance, particularly with MiFID, GDPR and PSD2

The global UBS Future of Finance Challenge supports start-ups,  established and growing companies which have potential to change the way finance works and how banks meet their clients’ needs. Check out this article from Startupticker.ch for more on the program and finalists.

Inpher selected as a finalist for the Banking Cybersecurity Innovation Award at Société Générale

Inpher selected as a finalist for the Banking Cybersecurity Innovation Award at Société Générale

Inpher's XOR Secret Computing Engine est en mesure de maintenir des données cryptées tout en exécutant dessus des algorithmes d'analyse et d'apprentissage machine tout en respectant la juridiction appliquée en matière de traitement des données et la réglementation comme la GDPR.

June 16, Paris France.  Out of over 40 applicants, Inpher was selected as a finalist for the Banking Cybersecurity Innovation Award by Société Générale and Wavestone.   Secret Computing™ technology not only helps the bank protect their data, but empowers their data sciences teams to analyze it while remaining compliant with the upcoming General Data Privacy Regulation.  The winning company to instill  “Digitial Confidence for the Bank” will be announced on July 5.

Inpher to present at Temenos Community Forum in Lisbon

Inpher to present at Temenos Community Forum in Lisbon

As one of the largest financial services conferences, the Temenos Community Forum (TCF) brings together representatives from across the financial services community including Temenos customers, product experts and thought leaders from around the globe.  The theme this year is Real World Fintech.

The Inpher team is participating in multiple sessions at TCF this year, including the PSD2 Panel on Open Banking, the Emerging Technologies panel and a presentation at the Temenos Marketplace. We will also be hosting a pod in the Marketplace to demonstrate how the _ultra Encrypted Query Module can secure data in the cloud to meet GDPR and ECB requirements while preserving the ability to share and search. 

 

 

 

ING and Inpher collaborate through Fintech Village

ING and Inpher collaborate through Fintech Village

Inpher was selected as one of 10 international startups for ING's Fintech Village to build a Proof of Concept with our next generation product for zero-knowledge computing.  This will help ING to securely scale their cloud initiative and improve their analytical models by enabling computation on private data sources without ever seeing the data. 

Inpher are real specialists in encryption and they are searching to improve the combination of security and usability by enabling analytics on encrypted data. That ability is key for the usage of public cloud solutions, like ecosystems, in the financial industry.
— Johan Smessaert, Head of ITS Platform Services, ING