Data security is still a major issue regarding the need for data confidentiality. The encryption process using the RSA algorithm is still the most popular method used in securing data because the complexity of the mathematical equations used in this algorithm makes it difficult to hack. However, the complexity of the RSA algorithm is still a major problem that hinders its application in a more complex application. Optimization is needed in the processing of this RSA algorithm, one of which is by running it on a distributed system. In this paper, we propose an approach with a FIFO process scheduling algorithm that runs on a single board computer cluster. The test results show that the allocation of resources in a system that uses a FIFO process scheduling algorithm is more efficient and shows a decrease in the overall processing time of RSA encryption.