Programmable Networking.
Hardening Internet Security.


In the age of increasing cyberthreats, financial services are changing security strategies.
It’s time for the network to change, too.

Improve Business Agility

Banks and other financial services institutions traditionally have relied on private circuits for their communication needs. However, such networks are limited in reach, capacity and capability. This increases costs and delays the speed with which new sites can be established and connected.

Dispersive can help.

Dispersive™ VN runs across any physical network — cellular, satellite, Ethernet, MPLS or broadband. It virtualizes any combination of these connections as one logical pipe. The network can split traffic across multiple bands to enhance network resiliency, reliability and availability. This also thwarts data infiltration/exfiltration attempts.

Establish Trust Networks

The financial services industry relies extensively on a trusted circle of ecosystem partners. Unfortunately, traditional approaches to establishing trust networks are expensive and inefficient. They also provide access to devices before authenticating them.

Dispersive can help.

With one implementation, Dispersive™ VN establishes any number of trusted relationships, all of which are segmented from each other. Dispersive™ VN also authenticates devices (with support for two-way signed certificates and multilevel authentication) before allowing them access to the enterprise network or its services.

Streamline Disaster Recovery

Disasters can compromise network infrastructure, necessitating the launch of new facilities. Coordinators may need to quickly add, remove, or separate users and groups from relevant networks. Legacy networks often lack the agility necessary to support these real-time changes.

Dispersive can help.

Dispersive™ VN’s simple and intuitive GUI empowers network administrators to rapidly establish trusted communication user groups. Dispersive™ VN also enables seamless IP portability from site-to-site without the complexities typically associated with network changes. This saves time and resources, particularly important during disaster recovery.

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