Mission: Finding the Truth in Data
Right now, you have to choose between high-veracity solutions, such as digital signatories and manual verification by privileged users, or scalable solutions like automated hashing on your own server.
While this is sufficient to prove that data is not tampered to a trusted party, it is insufficient for adversarial scenarios, like a courtroom.
With the advent of new technologies, fraudsters will have more sophisticated tools at their disposal. They will be able to target businesses like yours, en masse.
And as more business processes become automated and data-driven, fraud and manipulation will become harder to detect.
↳ We need a better way to ensure data integrity.
CryptoWerk's RealitySeal technology combines veracity, the immutability of multiple distributed ledgers, and an easy-to-use API which makes ultimate proof-of-truth possible for the first time, even in high volume scenarios.
Any data's origin, authenticity, and provenance are verifiable, even in court, without relying on an institution, signatory, or privileged user. RealitySeal is easy to integrate into existing data flows and processes via simple API calls.
Creating a Digital Evidence Room
Verify the authenticity of documents such that they are above rapproach in a courtroom environment
↳ Old game: Hashing on a local server or private blockchain
↳ It is difficult to independently prove that data has not been tampered with, and prosecuting institutions will have difficulty proving a negative when the defense calls into question the integrity of the chain of custody.
↳ New game: Automate and Verify data evidence and chain of custody process; and store ledgers at scale on public blockchains.
Cross-border agreement about the validity of a document
Establish trust in multinational or multi-jurisdiction environments
↳ Old game: Trusted central ledgers and certification authorities
↳ Nations and supra-national bodies are decreasingly likely to trust one another's institutions
↳ New game: Eliminate the requirement for trust; store proof-of-signatures on everyone's blockchain!
Verify financial transactions, as new products require increased sharing between insurers and re-insurers
Ensure that the data received, is the data that was sent
↳ Old game: Multiple chains of certificates issued by a local root certification authorities
↳ Agreement on central authorities is becoming increasingly problematic, accelerated by rising geopolitical tensions and declining trust in supra-national institutions.
↳ New game: A 'single-check' validation, enabled by verifying data seals written to multiple de-centralized public distributed ledgers