What you want. + What you need.
A remote access network built out of Moving Target Defense SD-WANs, not Static Defense VPNs.
Until the late 2000s, Cybersecurity was a race to build castles. That strategy, known as Static Defense, was replaced by Moving Target Defense - tanks for the digital world.
A system built to meet both the spirit and letter of cyber regulations and standards.
Standardized workstations and sacrificial components.
An SDP for remote access.
Minimize the attack envelope.
Down to the device.
You will never need to use outdated virtual infrastructure again.
Exceeds CNSA Suite guidelines out of the box.
Get user management right before the help desk gets called.
Defined user permission tiers to simplify assignment.
Define access based upon time, user, protocol, and device.
Define access windows in advance.
Record and store every action by default.
Hook in what you already use, or choose a freestanding option.
Minimize confusion by giving users workstations with only the applications and capabilities they need for a particular task.
Require MFA or virtual desktops for your users.
Drop in on any connection to see what is taking place.
Because the first hours matter.
Positioned so your Layer 7 firewall can do its job.
Use what suits you.
An agnostic system.
If it speaks TCP/IP, or has a translator in front of it, Dispel can be used to reach it.
Integrate with your pre-existing authentication system, or make a free-standing directory.
Keep using what you know and love.
Slow tools sink teams.
Spending 10-15 minutes just logging in is madness.
Standardize your approval process.
Manage up to 1,000 independent remote access channels simultaneously.
Bring four eyes to the problem with remote screen control.
Tech support for operators.
Hot, Warm, and Cold standby optionality.