24 Swiss FinTech start-ups featured at the world's largest financial services event

24 Swiss FinTech start-ups featured at the world's largest financial services event

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Twenty-four Swiss FinTech start-ups will present their innovative solutions to the global financial community next week at the “Swiss FinTech Corner” at the Sibos convention in Geneva. Arranged through a public-private partnership, the booth provided by the event organizer aims to promote the excellence of innovative financial technology in Switzerland. From e-banking apps on our smartphones to contactless payment and cryptocurrency, FinTech, or financial technology, is already part of our daily lives. This rapidly developing field offers exciting opportunities for the financial industry worldwide. In Switzerland, the FinTech ecosystem comprises dozens of start-ups with a unique expertise. To promote their excellence and innovativeness, in partnership with the Geneva Financial Center, AlpICT, Barclays, Temenos and the Swiss FinTech Association, and with the support of Sibos, the Canton of Geneva is hosting a “Swiss FinTech Corner” (booth G54) within the Swiss Lounge (G60) at Palexpo, which will welcome 24 FinTech start-ups.

Inpher Launches with $1m Financing Round

Inpher Launches with $1m Financing Round

Inpher has launched a software development kit that encrypts data at its inception, while supporting search and basic analytical functions without decryption. Industry applications range from banking, insurance and healthcare to platforms for managing Internet of Things (IoT) devices. “Many companies have been apprehensive to implement end-to-end encryption for their unstructured data because it can be difficult to deploy and precludes them from effectively using that information,” said Jordan Brandt, cofounder and CEO, at Inpher. “Our goal is to make it easy for developers to secure data at the application layer and use their existing search and storage infrastructure. This is foundational technology for the future of computing; ciphertext is the new plaintext.”  Read more about our launch and initial financing at  Startupticker.ch

Inpher has launched a software development kit that encrypts data at its inception, while supporting search and basic analytical functions without decryption. Industry applications range from banking, insurance and healthcare to platforms for managing Internet of Things (IoT) devices. “Many companies have been apprehensive to implement end-to-end encryption for their unstructured data because it can be difficult to deploy and precludes them from effectively using that information,” said Jordan Brandt, cofounder and CEO, at Inpher. “Our goal is to make it easy for developers to secure data at the application layer and use their existing search and storage infrastructure. This is foundational technology for the future of computing; ciphertext is the new plaintext.”

Read more about our launch and initial financing at Startupticker.ch