Jitsuin Archivist is a SaaS platform for CISOs to support digital transformations with any Connected Thing. We build Security Twins on distributed ledgers to trace when who did what and automate when who should do what to move fast and fix Things. This results in boosting trust and security to increase likelihood of successful business transformation and enables stretched infosec teams to reduce technology supply chain risks and prove compliance with less effort.
Your Digital Transformation with Connected Things relies on data. Yet 62% of projects falter on lack of trust. Trust is the top long-term strategic priority for CxOs.
Cybersecurity of Connected Things is a continuous delivery supply chain. All members of the supply chain have their own responsibilities and risks to manage, but they can’t operate alone. Makers of Connected Things patch vulnerabilities. System Integrators test for compatibility. Owners approve patches or otherwise mitigate. Maintenance teams schedule downtime to safely apply patches. Auditors keep account of service level agreements and regulators oversee organisations to build confidence in the system. The cybersecurity supply chain needs a new transparent, collaborative and automated platform to underpin trust in Digital Transformation with Connected Things.
Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is made for this supply chain collaboration. Jitsuin Archivist is a SaaS platform built on DLT that stakeholders use to permanently record when who did what to a Thing. Those transactions form a high integrity shared service history for each Connected Thing: its Security Twin.
Digital Transformation needs Security Twins to increase business efficiency, continuity and trust while lowering costs for enterprises.
Jitsuin means Truth in Things. Visit or contact us at Jitsuin.com.