ScramFS has been peer-reviewed by an international team of cybersecurity experts and is intended for areas where there may be limited staff or budget to implement cybersecurity solutions. Data is now being stored in many different places, including off-site in the cloud. ScramFS can automatically and transparently encrypt data being stored in any area making it unreadable to hackers. For GDPR compliance, ScramFS implements encryption and pseudonymisation security protections (Article 32) by design and default (Article 25), while also mitigating the obligations of reporting data breaches to data subjects (Article 34). The system has been built from the ground up using quantum-resistant techniques, meaning that it is long-term secure from future breaches.
Although ScramFS was originally intended to function on more powerful computers, the software has been tested and has been run on a Raspberry Pi with 1Gb Ram, making it also suitable for many embedded and IoT applications.
ScramFS is accompanied by an ‘encryption cookbook’ to allow developers to find easy solutions to protect all types of data. The software also has an API to allow it to be included in applications.
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