<em><fdrtd>Federated Secure Computing</fdrtd></em> is an easy and conventient way to design, develop, and deploy secure distributed applications.
the modern architecture is based on fast microservices and provides strong cryptopgraphy protocols both on-premises or in the cloud.
<em><fdrtd>fdrtd</fdrtd></em> is a minimalistic reference implementation for commercial, scientific, and educational use.
the free and open source software comes with a number of built-in features and can be tailored by plug&play extensions to your use case.
(e.g. managers, scientists)
does your company or organization possess <em>private, proprietary, or confidential data</em> you can not, do not want to, or must not share with others?
do you realize this data <em>would become much more meaningful and valuable</em> if you could make it available for joint analytics with partners or even competitors?
<em>with modern cryptography</em>, secure distributed applications are a reality. several interested parties may cooperate and achieve joint results <em>without data sharing</em>, keeping their data in their custody at all times.
(e.g. architects, open source contributors)
are you a developer tasked to implement privacy-preserving computation? are you looking for the fastest and most convenient way to build a prototype?
are you a teacher, student, or scientist looking for an easy approach to a modern key technology? do you want to build a demo or create a framework for your school or university?
are you an expert in secure multiparty computation, homomorphic encryption or the like? would you like to share best practices and contribute to a free and open source project?
(e.g. policy makers, foundations)
do you want to help society, science, and economy to realize the full potential of valuable data? do you want to accelerate the digital transition and the creation of data markets?
but are you concerned about privacy, consent, and agency at the same time? do you want to improve data protection standards and make data infrastructure more decentral and democratic?
do you want to lower barriers to entry for smaller parties and help build an ecosystem for individuals, private organizations, small businesses and institutions of the public sector alike?