Trustle, a provider of cloud access management solutions, has raised $6m from a seed funding round headed by Glasswing Ventures.
Also participating in the round was FUSE, Capital Technology Ventures, Correlation Ventures.
Founded in 2019, Trustle claims its mission is to revolutionise the management of access-at-risk.
Trustle enables deep integration into a company’s critical cloud resources, including Azure, Okta, and Google Workspaces, and makes it simple for citizen developers to automate secure access control and compliance reviews across systems. Most recently, Trustle added support for Tableau and expanded support for GitHub.
Through its platform, Trustle claims teams can automatically grant and rescind access to multiple resources on a user-by-user basis while offering a holistic overview of all connected systems.
The Trustle platform also allows companies to categorize employees, contractors, systems, and customers without storing this information in an HRM (human resource management) system. To support audit and regulatory requirements, Trustle provides approval workflows.
In order to strengthen the user experience, the company’s upcoming product roadmap includes new Trustle Pacs, allowing users to cluster permissions from multiple systems such as AWS or Github.
Trustle will also calculate micro and macro risk levels for individual employees, contractors, customers, and connected systems based on misconfigured settings and access.
The firm said it will use the new capital to expand product development, marketing research and sales resources.
Trustle CEO Emiliano Berenbaum said, “The mechanisms to manage access differ across cloud resources, making it incredibly difficult for teams to wrap their arms around who has access to what, creating risk for enterprises.
“Trustle packages all of these nuances into one streamlined platform that provides dynamic permissions and access management for citizen developers. We are thrilled to have the support of each of our investors and look forward to growing our presence in the market.”
Fourthline, a RegTech firm that provides AI-powered and compliant KYC and AML solutions, has recently bagged €50m from new and existing investors.
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