Behind the Scenes
How Dispel works.
Easy to implement, easier to use.
A User logs into the Dispel application and selects the facility they want access to. The Dispel application is either downloaded natively or provided through a Dispel virtual desktop.
In the background, the User is connected to a customer-specific Moving Target Defense Software Defined Wide Area Network (an MTD SD-WAN) which Dispel's engine builds and maintains. The MTD SD-WAN brings the User to a Wicket ESI, positioned at each facility.
Wicket ESIs reject all inbound connection attempts, establishing connections with MTD SD-WANs through outbound only methods. Wicket ESIs can be hardware or a virtual machine, and provide user-specific whitelisted access to equipment inside of each facility.
The buy-in from leadership was easy because they saw how easy it was for Service Delivery to use. I didn't even have to explain it.
Will Perez, Director of Information Security at ConnecticutWater