SBA Webinar | Guidelines for the financial industry on upgrading to the new Secure Swiss Finance Network (SSFN) – German

Date 03.11.2022
Time 9:00 - 10:00
Registration deadline
Virtual event virtual
Contact Denise Tschudin


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This webinar will be conducted in German

The Swiss National Bank (SNB) and financial market infrastructure provider SIX launched the Secure Swiss Finance Network (SSFN) in November 2021. Powered by SCiON, a Swiss-made technology, the SSFN is a self-contained network with even greater resilience than the existing communication network, Finance IPNet. SSFN offers superior connectivity and stability, which allows for flexible communication with financial market infrastructures (FMIs) and among market participants themselves. 

In this webinar, we will provide an overview of the SCiON technology and how it can secure network communication within SSFN and the use of it to transform and secure Home Office environments. Likewise, you will have the opportunity to learn directly from Anapaya, the software provider for SCiON gateways, how to gain relevant know-how.

The webinar is aimed at managers and employees who work in the ICT field. The participation is free of charge.


Welcome & Introduction – Alexandra Arni, Head ICT, SBA
Presentation – Denise Tischhauser, Consultant to the Head of Banking Operations, SNB

SNBs motivation for SSFN and the technology beyond

Presentation – Fritz Steinmann, IT Infrastructure Domain Architect, SIX

Introduce SCiON and SSFN technology; Implementation aspects; how to proceed (Carrier, Certificate, role of SIX)

Presentation – Thibaut Parmentier, Business Development Manager / Martin Bosshardt, CEO, Anapaya

The role of SCiON in securing remote work through invisible connections and the future of digital finance; how and when to activate the new gateway to SIX services through partner ISPs

Q&A with all speakers
Conclusion and summary – Alexandra Arni, Head ICT, SBA