Our recon-resistant platform
At the heart of each Dispel enterprise system is a customizable engine that schedules, manages, and monitors deployments of encrypted virtual machines staged across multiple cloud providers.
These Non-Predictive Networks - "NPN"s - cycle their constituent components randomly, self-heal when a server within them goes down, and are indistinguishable from other virtual machines in the cloud.
NPNs are how Dispel dissociates client metadata, and are the worst nightmare of any programmer attempting an inference-based attack.
Building blocks are containerized pieces of software, such as an email server, communications server, file transfer server, or virtual desktop interface.
Encrypted and isolated by default, blocks self-destruct after use, so you do not have to worry about persistent data falling into the wrong hands.
Inbound traffic is isolated to the particular block that requested it, preventing lateral attacks. Malware that infects a block is also dropped whenever an NPN cycles its components.
All traffic goes under two layers of AES-256 cascade ciphering on all transmissions.
Initial key exchanges employ statistically independent 2048‑ or 4096‑bit RSA.
Collaborate with sources, discuss transactions, and avoid monitoring with Dispel metadata and reconnaissance protection.
Enjoy granular access control rules for teams. Specify who has access keys and knowledge of networks. Use LDAP and MFA logins to restrict internal resources.