JumpWire is the simplest way to protect your sensitive data
We scale from hobbyists to Fortune 500s and everything in between.
For personal and hobby projects
Automatic encryption and decryption
Automatic tokenization and token lookups
Audit access to sensitive information
SSO through Google or GitHub
1 database or API endpoint
Unlimited proxy clients
Secure all of the data across your team's stack
30 day trial
Integrated telemetry data
Engine hosted in a specified cloud region or self-hosted
Secret management integrations
Enforce best practices for your entire company
Self-hosted API and frontend
Questions & Answers
- How does the pricing scale?
- For the Team plan, pricing is based on the number of databases or APIs being proxied. There are not physical servers - a DB cluster of many replicas is billed as a single proxy. Likewise, a group of API endpoints that are all described together through a single Swagger or GraphQL spec are considered one proxy.
- How are keys handled?
- We generate unqique encryption keys for every account and store them in a secure secrets manager. Subkeys are routinely created and rotated from the master key. For additional security, we support user provided keys on our Team and Enterprise plan.
- What control do I have over my data?
- Full! You can host the JumpWire engine yourself, ensuring that all key management and data handling happens on your network. Alternatively, you can configure the cloud provider and region for us to host the engine.
- What data is sent from the engine?
- The JumpWire engine sends telemetry data, licensing, and usage information back to the API. The hosted control plane maintains information about which proxies and policies are configured but does not keep credentials for the proxies. Only the engine ever sees raw data or encryption keys.
- Is the personal plan just a trial?
- Nope, our personal plan is totally free and not time limited.
- Can you support this weird protocol we implemented in the 80s?
- Probably, we love weird protocols. Contact us and we'll take a look!