A validation platform for Sensitive / PII passenger data

Designed for the international travel industry, and created by developers – for developers, Zamna’s proprietary software platform is the world’s first successful implementation of blockchain-based validation technology specifically designed to help solve the challenge faced by airlines and secure government.

Zamna’s software-as-service platform is fully interoperable with legacy IT systems, and is fully aligned with IATA’s visionary industry standard ONE ID – an “end-to-end passenger experience that is secure, seamless and efficient”. This is a concept that Zamna has helped evolve and test, eventually winning IATA’s (world’s association of airlines) inaugural Innovation Award. 

The Zamna platform is designed to be plug-and-play with a simple implementation, allowing airlines and governments to generate their own cryptographic signals and data proofs. The implementation is delivered within days and weeks, rather than months. Zamna have architected the platform implementation process to be achieved with minimal complexity, and with no additional infrastructure requirement on the client side.

Our tech stack differs greatly from conventional ones. Zamna’s privacy-by-design architecture goes beyond the common practice of other companies, most of whom choose to secure sensitive data behind walls, mark it as ‘confidential’ – and accept it is a question of when – not if – this will be breached.  Zamna’s privacy-by-design approach means the plat never deal with any open data: Zamna is architected in a way that prevents any awareness about the underlying data which it helps secure, store or query. The platform provides powerful cryptographically strong proofs that the mathematical process of validation or re-validation has followed Zamna’s innovative secure protocol. Uniquely, the data flow in the platform is built using cutting edge technology: the integrity and consistency of all data is guaranteed by many patented processes – including proprietary encryption locks, cryptographic checks and a complex audit process within the corresponding distributed ledger backend.