JLINC provides
data provenance
across the internet

JLINC automates digitally signed data exchange.


Reduce Data Risk

Significant business risk arises from not having a clear view of data, what came in, from where, for what purpose, and on what terms, and most importantly, where did it then go from here. JLINC enables the automated logging of data lineage and provenance with permissions, which allows data risk to be actively managed.

Demonstrate Compliance

Compliance with many of today's regulations require an audit trail that shows exactly how that data has been derived. JLINC automates this process by logging every data transaction, categorizing it and making that validation available for all relevant parties to inspect should they want or need to do so.

Build Customer Trust

Customers need transparency and control of their data to move beyond the technically and legally opaque models for data sharing most widely in use today. JLINC gives all parties both transparency and control before and after they share their data, thus providing a platform for truly trustworthy data exchange.

Delivering quality data

As the Information Age continues to grow in size at an astronomical rate, the need for automated systems capable of managing the provenance of data becomes paramount. Further, such systems need to be flexible and well-designed to meet the needs of organizations now and in the future as things will inevitably evolve.

The universal API for ‘permissioned data’

JLINC provides signed data exchange between separate clouds on the internet. Automated contracts control how data can be used – after it is shared.

Data Provenance as a Service

JLINC is the first complete programmatic DPAAS platform designed to manage the chain of custody of any data element. Its unique design works for organizations that need a cloud, on premise or hybrid design to manage the provenance of data both now and in the future.

How it works

Each party has a cloud service that holds and manages all of its contacts. Human-readable (and therefore legally-binding) contracts, expressed in JSON, are signed using standard public key cryptography with audit proof recorded on any database, log, ledger or blockchain.