Integrated SD-WAN, Software-Defined Perimeter, ZTNA Platform

Trustgrid enables secure access service edge (SASE) architectures by integrating the best elements of SD-WAN and Software-Defined Perimeter and edge computing technologies to manage Zero Trust connectivity between ANY application, system or end user.

Connect

Easily create Zero Trust network connections between any application, system or end user

Automate

Track global network status through dashboards with centralized access and change logs

Control

Simplify operations with single pane of glass deployment, management, and support tools for all connections

Secure

Apply secure, policy-driven access to all cloud, on-premise and roaming network endpoints

Trustgrid's Integrated SD-WAN, SDP, ZTNA Platform

The Trustgrid Platform Includes

  • Software-defined networking (SD-WAN) to connect cloud and on-premise environments
  • Software-defined perimeter (SDP) to secure connectivity for remote end users
  • Edge computing to distribute security services from the cloud to the edge
  • Deployment and management tools for distributing endpoints, applications and APIs
  • Automated security and support tooling
Trustgrid was the only solution that made us ‘cloud-ready’”
– Lou Senko, CIO/SVP Q2eBanking

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We needed a better way to connect our applications to customer data that would support our efforts to improve availability and security while enabling cloud migration in the future”
– Lou Senko
CIO/SVP
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Trustgrid was able to enhance the security around our customer’s data while removing the complexity of connecting to these critical resources.”
– Bryon Jacob
CTO
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Working with the Trustgrid team has made a difficult job much easier. From planning through implementation, they were an excellent partner.”
– Jennifer White
Director Customer Success
zero trust cloud connectivity

Learn how software providers challenged with providing secure access to sensitive data have used Trustgrid’s connectivity platform to connect to over 2000 data sources.

Benefits

99.99%
Real-time connectivity between any environment with enterprise SLAs

75%
Reduce new site deployment times to hours instead of weeks

50%
Lower cost of connectivity vs legacy networking solutions

500+
Deployed by more than 500 organizations (and counting)

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Provide custom tailored network access to users in as little as 15 minutes

Yes, we do all of this:

  • Zero Trust Security
  • IDP / IAM integration (Okta, Azure AD and others)
  • Multi-tenant, Multi-hop Networking-as-a-Service
  • SOC 2 Type 2 Compliant Connectivity
  • Automated Failover and Disaster Recovery
  • AWS, Azure, GCP, Oracle Cloud Support
  • Separate Data and Control Plane
  • One-touch Deployment Next to, or Behind, Firewall
  • Security and Compliance Task Automation

Trustgrid Blog

Your Remote Access Has a VPN Problem

When VPN came on the scene it was revolutionary. Employees working from home, or while traveling, now had access to corporate email and applications running in the data center. But as with most game-changing technologies, the party was great until the downfalls began to come front and center. These tunnels created a direct connection to

The Recipe For Your First SASE

SASE (secure access service edge) represents the convergence of networking and security into a cloud-delivered service. This architectural paradigm shift is getting both enterprises and security solution providers to re-evaluate the way that they deliver security services across every IT environment. Like with many evolving technologies there is a lot of confusion about what is

Building Points of Presence for SASE

The IT landscape has changed. Networks centralized around a data center no longer make sense when applications are served from the cloud and users are working from remote locations. The internet has become a staple of enterprise networks but brings along security concerns that can no longer be solved with on-premise security appliances. SASE architectures

SASE and the Electric Vehicle Revolution

When electric cars first began gaining popularity, traditional car companies thought they could easily replicate them and didn’t devote much time to develop a competing product. You could argue some still have their head in the sand, but we’ll reserve that topic for another blog.  What the traditional car companies were reluctant to realize was