Data provenance is often more important than the actual data shared or used
Data provenance is critical to support and validate the origin, ownership, validity, authenticity and integrity of data in many domains including commerce, supply-chain, finance, science & research and more.
The Future of Data Provenance
Mine™ tracks and immutably records the origin / ownership of data, sequence and key properties of events and actions performed on or effect the data through its full continuum, across multiple networks, clouds, systems and participants.
Mine™ records: ▶ what data is used ▶ when ▶ how ▶ the true identity of who used it ▶ which service used it ▶ what action was performed and for what purpose, etc.
Overcoming the data (dis)trust challenge
Unlike traditional centralized log-based provenance that presents a single point of trust or failure, Mine™ offers decentralized provenance, keeping provenance data transparent and immutable, hence inherently more resilient:
Integrity and immutabilityMine™ is inherently more resistant to attacks or malicious modifications
Non repudiationMine™ makes it impossible to deny actions or ownership once recorded
UnforgeabilitySource data is tightly coupled with its provenance record and can’t be forged or faked without being detected
ConfidentialityData provenance data itself is stored cryptographically encrypted on the blockchain
Dispute ResolutionProvenance data is deterministic and cryptographically proved, enabling faster, more secure and provable disputes decision making
Mine™ answers tough questions your users ask
Is the data authentic? trustworthy? of a credible origin? accurate? how was it generated? who modified it over time? can it be reproduced? how do I resolve discrepancies or anomalies if something is broken or in dispute?