What is faizod.vedr?
faizod.vedr creates virtual data rooms in which activity between participants (such as data sharing, key exchanges, and the reading of data) is tracked by a shared Blockchain ledger. It provides information on where data is, who has read it, and how it was shared. This provides the following benefits to users:
How does faizod.vedr work?
Virtual data rooms created by faizod.vedr are highly encrypted and stored using a Blockchain. Data exchanged in these rooms can include documents, files, or records; this data is encrypted and transmitted only when required by a participant in the network.
Blockchain is an unchangeable, highly available and distributed database, in which data are stored in a way that is audit-proof and protected from external access via encryption. faizod.vedr is thus highly resistant against attacks, providing tremendous security to process execution.
Permissions to shared data can be locked temporarily, withdrawn, or limited to a certain time frame or number of views. The decentralised storage greatly counteracts the possibility of misuse. Participants can act anonymously, enabling compliance in the exchange of documents and protection of sensitive information. Participant data can be made available if needed, and this disclosure can be participants or space specific.
It uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS). Addresses within the system are protected by AES encryption (Advanced Encryption Standard) with at least 128 bits. The participant assigns a key password. Stored information sets are symmetrically encrypted with AES-256-bit. The key exchange between the participants take splace by means of an asymmetric key process.
The software may be run on yor own infrastructure (on premise) or hosted by us. In this case, we have a volume model for a SaaS (software as a service) in stock.
Limit by time
The owner of an information set can limit the time within a data room for a specific participant.
Limit by usage
The owner of an information set can restrict the use of a document to a defined number of call-ups for a specific participant.
• Release to one or more participants
• Release within all participants of a data room
• Release globally