Trustero, a startup offering a compliance-as-a-service solution, has snared $8m from a seed funding round after a period of stealth.
The round was headed by Zetta Venture Partners and also saw participation from Engineering Capital and Vertex Ventures.
Established in 2020, Trustero claims its CaaS offering establishes and manages regulatory compliance by undertaking vulnerability assessments, security risk analyses and other measures to ensure all company processes and systems remain in full compliance.
The firm automatically checks for SOC 2 compliance and alerts organisations if they become non-compliant, while at the same time also providing remediation suggestions and information on what others did to meet compliance.
Trustero is able to import existing SOC-compliant controls and policies and offers access to pre-packaged, auditor-vetted policies as well as to customisable policy templates.
Trustero CEO and co-founder Phillip Liu said, “Trustero is designed and built to help businesses create trust amongst their customer and partner ecosystem. We understand the challenges fast-growing companies face, including the investment in time and effort needed to maintain strong security and compliance postures.”
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