Leah Ladines

Articles By Leah Ladines

The Secure Swiss Finance Network (SSFN) is the new gateway for SIC and euroSIC.

The SSFN, based on the SCiON technology, offers superior flexibility, functionality, and increased cybersecurity for the ...

Introducing Patrick & Julian, Anapaya’s 2 industry experts to spearhead SSFN adoption

Julian Jakob and Patrick Bollhalder will guide financial organizations in joining the SSFN. Anapaya Systems has welcomed two ...

Anapaya partners with Extreme Networks to deliver the first SCiON-enabled switches for the Swiss Finance Industry

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND, 7th DECEMBER 2021 - Anapaya Systems AG has announced its collaboration with Extreme Networks, Inc., a ...

Sunrise UPC enters partnership with Anapaya Systems and now offers SCION solutions for secure connectivity

Press Release Sunrise UPC and Anapaya Systems are entering into a long-term partnership. SCION (Scalability, Control and ...

How to Optimise Remote Work in Banking

Remote workers in banking, the problems, and how SCiON helps With the rise of ‘new normal’, came a new way of working. In ...

International Industry Leaders strengthen Anapaya's Board of Directors

After raising CHF 6.8 million to further develop its SCION-based internet communication solutions, Anapaya is set to expand ...

Anapaya closes 6.8M CHF financing round with lead investor SIX Fintech Ventures

Zürich, Switzerland - Anapaya, the commercial provider of SCION technology, has secured 6.8 million CHF in funding with lead ...

Anapaya completes technical evaluation of the new communication service for the financial centre - with the Swiss National Bank and SIX

In June 2020, Anapaya announced a project to develop a new secure communication network with the Swiss financial industry. ...

Martin Bosshardt Appointed New Anapaya CEO

Bosshardt’s 20 years of networking and security experience is expected to lead the company into 2021 Zürich, Switzerland - ...

What is Enhanced Internet Service?

Introducing the next step in online connectivity We’re not going to sugar-coat it - the internet can be improved in nearly ...