Trustgrid Releases Zero Trust Network Access for Banks and Credit Unions

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Remote Access Secured for Banking Employees Working from Home

Trustgrid Remote Access provides the easiest way to secure the connections between a financial institution’s remote employees and their applications.

Trustgrid, a pioneer and leader in secure, cloud-native software-defined connectivity, announced the company has released the latest version of its agentless remote connectivity solution for financial services. The solution extends the capabilities of their connectivity platform, which has seen more than 1,800 connections to community financial institutions.

Trustgrid’s Zero Trust networking platform integrates the best elements of software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN), remote access and edge computing technologies, to manage Zero Trust network access (ZTNA) between any application, system or end user. As a platform with strong penetration into the fintech and banking sectors, Trustgrid has connected more than 850 banks and credit unions and enabled more than $2 trillion in banking transactions to flow over its next generation SD-WAN connections.

The latest version of Trustgrid Remote Access addresses a need for banks and credit unions to maintain business continuity and productivity while keeping sensitive banking data secure. To address the greatest number of remote-work use cases and streamline provisioning, the solution uses an agentless deployment accessed through a user-tailored web portal.

As either a replacement or enhancement to VPN, Trustgrid Remote Access leverages identity and policy data from an identity provider (Azure AD, Okta, Google, etc) to securely connect users to any cloud or data center application. Through its cloud management portal, users can be added and removed with the touch of a button.

The solution is built to meet or exceed FFIEC standards and undergoes annual SOC 2 Type II audits. Its encrypted, dedicated data plane ensures that any data passing over the connections is secure and private. Auditable logs of all sessions are maintained within the platform to ease compliance reporting.

“As the recent shift to remote work became the norm, our customers began asking us for ways to apply the same zero trust connectivity that we have deployed across our next-gen SD-WAN solution and apply it to individual users,” said Joe Gleinser, Chief Product Officer of Trustgrid. “Trustgrid Remote Access builds upon the trust we have in the banking space and provides the easiest way to secure the connections between a financial institution’s remote employees and their applications.”

Join the Discussion
Trustgrid is holding a webinar, Securing a Remote Workforce, on January 27 at 11:30a (central). This webinar will discuss the need for banks and credit unions to modernize their connectivity solutions to ensure security and compliance as employees work from home. Presented by Trustgrid Chief Product Officer, Joe Gleinser, the webinar will provide implementation and integration ideas from a banking perspective.

Register for the webinar at https://info.trustgrid.io/webinar-registration-remote-access-for-banking.

About Trustgrid
Trustgrid® is a pioneer and leader in secure, cloud-native software-defined connectivity. The company’s software-defined networking platform integrates the best elements of software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) remote access (ZTNA) and edge computing, to manage secure connectivity between any application, system or end user. For more information, please visit http://www.trustgrid.io.

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