Desktop Interoperability, Secured
Integrated smart desktops are a new class of software, creating a mix of applications all working in concert. But bringing a variety of technologies from a variety of software providers onto your desktop can be risky if not well managed.
The arrival of web technology on the desktop, outside of the browser, compounds the already complex challenge of desktop security. Unsecured applications can expose your company to risks such as:
✘ Unauthorized access to sensitive data
✘ Malicious use of resources
✘ Hijacking of an account or computer
Finsemble takes the hard work out of realizing application interoperability without putting your company at risk.
When it comes to security, it’s a bad practice to build your own from scratch. We use Electron and Chromium, trusted by the largest, most innovative companies worldwide. See who is building on Electron.
Because we don’t fork Electron, and we provide access to our source code, you can see all the code at every layer. Go ahead, take a look. Smart companies trust but verify their vendors.
We went the extra step of having our thinking challenged by the experts. Bishop Fox, a leader in security consulting, has given Finsemble a clean bill of health. Learn more about Bishop Fox application penetration testing here.
Securing the Smart Desktop: Web Security, Electron and Node.js, and Safe Application Communication
Smart desktop technology is changing the way we work, but bringing web technology to the desktop creates security issues that must be mitigated. In this white paper, Finsemble CTO Emeritus Terry Thorsen discusses the architecture of desktop interoperability.Download PDF
“The assessment team combined automated application vulnerability scanning, code review, and manual penetration testing techniques in order to rapidly locate attack vectors and simulate real-world exploitation. The Bishop Fox team did not identify any critical-, high-, medium-, or low-risk findings during the assessment.”
—Bishop Fox, globally recognized security firm