Protect your apps with end-to-end, dynamic, L7 access control
Zero trust means network location alone does not imply trust. Access to every resource is dynamically authenticated and authorized and only for a limited time.
Dynamically authenticate and authorize every access request at policy enforcement points in front of every resource. The workload is the new perimeter.
Ensure the privacy and integrity of all communication with encryption on the wire and cryptographically proven identities for both sides.
Use runtime context like user, location, tima, and application to define robust access policies and enforce them dynamically at each request.
Continuously log and monitor policy enforcement and the security posture of all assets. Feed insights gained from observation back to improve policy.
Get zero trust from the people who set the standards
Tetrate and NIST have partnered to define the standards of zero trust for microservices
Get zero trust out of the box
The only application connectivity platform with zero trust built in
Tetrate Service Bridge provides comprehensive out-of-the-box cyber security features for application components including strong workload identity, authentication, encryption, and fine-grained, dynamic authorization and access control.
TSB prevents lateral movement of threat actors by creating enforcement perimeters around individual workloads, collections of app components, or entire network domains, implementing a zero trust approach across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, bridging traditional monoliths and microservices architectures.
- Multi-cluster, multi-cloud
- Any workload: from containers to VMs to bare metal
- Strong workload identity
- End-to-end mTLS
- Fine-grained, dynamic authorization
- Secure multi-tenancy
- Central policy authorship, global policy enforcement
- Runtime observability, historical proof, and audit
Zero trust everywhere
Security as strong behind the firewall as in front of it
Apply a force multiplier to your security team by enabling them to author security policy, then delegate to app teams to apply them and the mesh to enforce them at runtime.
Centrally configure and globally enforce access controls consistently across your entire application fleet.
Get runtime visibility and historical proof for audit of security policy enforcement globally at the click of a button.
Istio success stories
DevSecOps with Istio and open source projects pushed DoD development forward 100 years
“Platform One is a group of Air Force software developers that build and secure technology tools used across the DoD, as part of the Enterprise DevSecOps Initiative. Tetrate is a partner DoD is working with, on their journey to modernization.”
How FICO Got Encryption and PCI Compliance with Istio Service Mesh
“Service mesh architecture provides a rich set of features for controlling and securing communications among services. Encryption in transit is a feature that will be critical for financial institutions and other industries working within regulatory frameworks, including PCI, HIPAA, and others. ”
If you are refactoring applications into microservices, you’re on a journey into a new application paradigm that requires new ways of thinking about security. The zero trust principles established by NIST and Tetrate of creating enforcement perimeters around individual workloads and a solution to facilitate the management enforcement of policy is a great place to start.
Create additional revenue by offering internal services as external APIs while protecting internal resources from untrusted users.
Expand your business ecosystem and more tightly integrate with your existing partners safely with end-to-end encryption and fine-grained dynamic authorization in front of every internal resource.
Get out of the box controls to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements plus FIPS and federally certified builds. Audit log exports are also available to provide proof of current and historical adherence to governance and compliance standards.
Apply a minimum trust boundary around every application and microservice to eliminate the network attack surface.
Resources on Zero Trust