Standardized workstations and sacrificial components.
A user logs in to the Dispel Console and is presented with credentials for their Virtual Desktop, which they can use to access internal network resources. These Virtual Desktops can be set to cycle, so that all users connect on fresh workstations each day.
What does 'disposable' mean?
It helps to think of virtual desktops as single-use gloves. Do your job, walk away, and come back later to a fresh set of gloves.
Why is this necessary?
Virtual desktops act as a sacrificial component. Any malware on a user's device or network smashes into the desktop, rather than the system the user is working on.
Can I customize these desktops with my enterprise applications?
Do I need a different desktop for each user?
No. You will only need a different desktop for each concurrent user. So, if you have 10 users total, but in two shifts of 5 users each, you only need 5 desktops total.