Blockchain-based data sharing vendor Jitsuin has rebranded itself to RKVST, the name of its flagship platform for blockchain data assurance and sharing.
The 2018 startup, based in Santa Clara, Calif., on March 15 unveiled a new free access entry level tier for its cloud-hosted service.
Chief among the applications for RKVST is providing data assurance using blockchain to guarantee the integrity of shared data.
Enterprises also use the service to support vendors that produce Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs) that identify all the components in a particular application. SBOMs are increasingly part of cybersecurity initiatives, most notably the Biden executive order by president Joe Biden in May 2021.
Among the organizations that are using RKVST to store and share data is Device Authority, a vendor based in Reading, United Kingdom that provides security for IoT devices.
The company needs to supply SBOM data securely, which is why it uses RKVST, said CEO Darron Antill.
“We need to supply our SBOM on an ongoing basis,” Antill said. “RKVST is a scalable way for us to manage…