Truth In Things

Jitsuin enables industries to continuously manage supply chain risks in IoT and act decisively with assured intelligence.

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Know Your Things - know your risk

Things are only secure until they are not – risks increase with time. 

Yesterday’s snapshot-in-time check-box security compliance and risk audits are not fit-for-purpose when new connected threats emerge at a moment’s notice and place business reputations at stake.

Fragmented infrastructure, long technology supply chains, stale maintenance records, an evolving security environment and emerging regulations – how can you do the right thing, right now and account for it later?

Jitsuin enables acceleration of Digital Transformation by increasing visibility of cyber-risk exposure, increasing operational efficiency, and enabling trusted collaboration to secure devices while increasing confidence in the data they produce. 

Jitsuin shared service histories of Things:

  • Record when who did what to secure a Thing
  • Show who knew what when
  • Characterise the evolving environment of Things 
  • Prove Things have known good status 
  • Build proof that data can be trusted
  • Give confidence in automation
  • Enable organizations to act with assured intelligence.

Jitsuin means Truth in Things.

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Chief Information Security Officers of critical national infrastructure and essential services face a challenging business environment. The push for digital transformation to drive business efficiency introduces new cyber-physical risks while adversaries get stronger. 

Network Information Security Directives in the EU and Critical infrastructure Protection in the US recommend dynamic risk management to deliver the right outcomes. Yet the risks inherent in today’s long, fragmented, international technology supply chains compound the challenge: Security of connected Things is not the sole responsibility of those using it. It takes a continuous, collaborative effort from the digital supply chain to maintain the security posture of connected Things throughout their operational lifespan.

IT security is stressed, OT security relies on thinning air-gaps; with budgetary constraints it is impractical to employ a team of auditors to investigate and assure the security of all connected devices and their technology suppliers. A solution to managing digital supply chain risk of Internet Things must be autonomous, collaborative, enable high visibility and continuity, be authoritative and secure from manipulation. 

Distributed Ledgers have the attributes to solve these challenges and bring dynamic information assurance to the enterprise. Establishing a baseline and enrolling suppliers into a collaborative system of record will enable continuous and collaborative risk management. With shared ledgers, all digital supply chain stakeholders will know the instant a vulnerability is discovered and who should take the next action to mitigate risk. 

Jitsuin helps digitally transformed industries act decisively with Assured Intelligence.


Jitsuin first demonstrated Shared Device Lifecycle Assurance at Embedded World 2019 in Nuremberg. 

Follow the link for a video of the demonstration, product brief and white paper.

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Krishna Anne continues on a mission to secure the Internet of Things from his prior role as CEO of Secure Thingz having led its acquisition by IAR Systems. Krishna has over 25 years’ experience in the semiconductor and IP industry, holding senior engineering, marketing and P&L responsibilities at startups and large public companies such as Rambus, Broadcom, AMD and MIPS. Krishna started his career as a design engineer at DEC working on what would become StrongARM.



Jon Geater applies his expertise in cryptography, cybersecurity and blockchains to challenging issues in the Internet of Things. Jon has held senior global technical roles at Thales e-Security, Trustonic, ARM and nCipher where he built chip-to-cloud solutions for mobile, IoT, payments and smart cities while managing large global teams, integrating acquisitions and driving corporate strategy. Jon leads open standards at board committee level having served GlobalPlatform, Trusted Computing Group, OASIS and currently Hyperledger. 

VP Marketing


Rob Brown identified blockchain based solutions could be applied to challenging market problems in IoT. While consulting on chip-to-cloud security for Ping Identity, he discovered the root of many IoT problems lie in Identity and Access Management. He previously marketed and developed business at Trustonic and ARM and earned a degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester - a couple of years before we first heard of the “Internet of Things”.



Mark Long is a commercial board level Finance Director with considerable experience working in a financial and commercial environment with particular focus on scaling SME’s to a trade sale. He has held a variety of senior financial positions at Samsung, APW Inc, Invensys Plc, NXP and Jennic and lately as CFO for technology startups Secure Thingz, Faradion and Additive Manufacturing Technologies. Mark is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has a Bsc. (Hons) in Finance and Accounting.

VP Engineering


John Hartley brings over 21 years’ experience in software development for secure applications at nCipher and Thales, with deep working knowledge of chip-to-cloud security. He has designed and implemented a wide array of cybersecurity products including HSMs and Key Management Services.  He has led transformation of agile teams to streamline product delivery. John holds a Bachelors’ degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Sheffield University and recently qualified as a SAFe 4 Agillist. 




Pete Hutton is an Angel investor, Advisor, and Chairman for several start-ups and scale-ups in Cambridge, Edinburgh, and Oxford. His previous role was president of product groups at Arm, where he was responsible for all product development, marketing and licensing. Prior to that, Pete held senior leadership positions within other Arm divisions, Wolfson, ARC and Cadence. Pete understands the balance of long-term strategy, medium-term planning and short-term execution in software, hardware and intellectual property licensing.



Rich Page is an Angel investor, Advisor, and Chairman for several start-ups in the Bay Area. Rich was one of the first four Apple Fellows and co-founded NeXT Computer with Steve Jobs. Rich was also the founder and President of two startups - Sierra Research and Technology (IP for ATM & Ethernet) as well Next Sierra (Fabless semiconductor company focused on active matrix OLED). He has over 3 decades of experience building some of the most significant development teams and new businesses in Silicon Valley.



Andre Durand founded Jabber in 2000 where he commercialized the Jabber instant messaging open source platform, creating the Jabber Software Foundation in the process. Today Jabber is used around the world by hundreds of thousands of businesses. Jabber was sold to Cisco in 2008.  

In 2002 Andre founded Ping Identity with a vision of securing the Internet through identity. Among his many contributions to the identity and security industry, he founded and chairs the identity industry conference, Identiverse, now in its 10th year. 



Rusty Cumpston, co-founder of Swim.AI and Sensity Systems, is excited to be on the Board of Directors at Jitsuin Inc.  Prior to founding Swim and Sensity, Rusty previously worked in many successful startups as CEO (XenSource, CloudShield), COO (ONI Systems), VP Engineering (Infinera) and also served on the Board of Directors at Secure Thingz Inc. Rusty graduated from the UNC - Chapel Hill and continues to actively support and work with the College of Arts and Sciences. 

The Name Jitsuin

Jitsuin is a Japanese word. Ask a Japanese citizen to sign a document and they’ll pick up one of three ink chop seals they own, not a pen. If the document is official, they’ll use their most trusted stamp: the jitsuin. 

Jitsuins are individually hand-carved by master craftsmen with bespoke designs on hard material that last a lifetime. Each unique jitsuin is registered by its owner at their local municipal office. If a contract is disputed, the ink seals can be checked against records. 

Analogous to the heritage Japanese system of trust, Jitsuin records the birth and life events of Internet Things and provides access to these permanent records. 

Jitsu means truth or essence; to us Jitsuin means:

 Truth in Things

Jitsuin is privately funded by angel and strategic investors.

Careers at Jitsuin

We are hiring in Cambridge UK, and looking for good people with the following attributes

  • Proactive - you develop practical solutions, take ownership, and have a ‘can do' approach
  • Technically Curious – you see technology problems as challenges
  • Teamwork – you engage with the business, communicate openly, share information and knowledge, network internally and externally, persuade rather than push, involve and respect colleagues
  • Creative – you connect the technical dots with a goal of building customer value
  • Responsive - you react quickly with a sense of urgency in a timely and flexible fashion

If you see yourself fitting in we'd love to hear from you. Please look at the job openings below then send your resume and a covering letter for the role you'd like to

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