Cybernetic Engram® Filesystem (CEFS™)

At the end of the day, all that matters is the security, integrity, and availability of your files and data

The world’s first data-centric, agent less security software that injects your files and data with their own AI.

Your files become capable of protecting themselves from corruption and destruction, so they can stop malicious changes, data leakage, and always maintain deep memories of their content.

So, your files and your data will always be secure, uncorrupted, and available; no matter what.



Your data becomes a neural-net complex and learns about the data in profound and fundamental ways, including what type of data it is, who created it, what its purpose is, who is authorized access, what types of changes/edits are verified and allowable, and most importantly, what are not.

What does this mean for you?

When imbued with CEFS your data and files are now fully participating in their protection:


Instant and Transparent recovery of data

You can instantly recover files across all their respective memories and get uncorrupted content back in a matter of seconds or minutes.

Access and authorization controls with full auditing

You get deeper control of your data and files, even on legacy and insecure systems, because fine grained authorization and controls are built right into the file system.

File-grain file and data classifications

Want to know what type of data you’re housing? Each file now knows its deep file type. Which means you always know what you have and where it is.

Also, we are constantly adding new classifiers and classification capabilities to AI subsytems.  Which means now your files and data can provide contextual information to processes that are consuming them.

Immutable data retention with complete history

Whether it is for regulatory compliance requirements, or because you need to look at exactly what his happening to the data as time goes by. Now all your data has built-in time series.

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  1. Select the CEFS bundle for your target server platform.
  2. Cut and paste the installation command into the Linux terminal.
  3. Follow the testing tutorial for information on how to get going.
  4. You can find complete documentation at
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