Not all code is equally trustworthy - third-party libraries are a necessary but risky part of complex software. These libraries are often not audited or written to the same security standards as the core of your application, but have equal access to sensitive data. A vulnerability in a dependency is just as damaging as a vulnerability in first-party code.

To prevent security issues in one component from compromising the entire application, we isolate components into separate compartments. This serves much the same function as separate, watertight sections of a ship’s hull; damage to one section only floods that section and rather than sinking the ship.

Our robust compartmentalization framework isolates components as in out-of-process sandboxes (such as those in state-of-the-art web browsers) but at a fraction of the overhead and complexity.

We’d love to discuss how compartmentalization can work for you. Let’s start a conversation.