Trustle, a California startup with major ambitions in the cloud access management business, has secured $6 million in venture capital seed-stage funding.
Trustle said the funding round was led by Glasswing Ventures, a venture firm that specializes in financing pre-seed and early-stage startups. FUSE, Correlation Ventures, and Capital Technology Ventures also made investments.
Based in Walnut Creek, Trustle is building technology to help businesses clean up permissions, enable multi-cloud privileged access, and speed up compliance.
“Trustle is helping organizations address identity and access-based attacks by enabling them to follow the principle of least privilege and just-in-time access for securing sensitive and confidential data,” the company said in a statement announcing the financing.
Trustle said it technology will allow deep integration into a company’s critical cloud resources, including Azure, Okta, and Google Workspaces, and make it simple for developers to automate secure access control and compliance reviews across systems.
The technology promises to help security teams to automatically grant and rescind access to multiple resources on a user-by-user basis while offering visibility into all connected systems. It can be used to categorize employees, contractors, systems, and customers without storing this information in a human resource management system.
The company plans to use the funding to expand product development, marketing research and sales resources.
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