100 Words on Sandboxing

Sandboxing allows you to isolate, execute, and validate a program before permitting access.  Applications such as mobile apps and web browsers act as sandboxes by running code in containment, permitting access to other resources with explicit consent.  Dynamic analysis of traffic yields greater benefit by testing the code prior to ingress.  Not just a developer’s tool, consider sandboxes for inline use to inspect live traffic or for secondary inspection when offloaded from other security appliances.  Many affordable options exist for on premise, hosted, and cloud deployments.  Sandboxing is an excellent layer in a defence in depth strategy for your business.

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