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How to publish your Trust Page

Proactively communicate your security posture with an Upguard Trust Page.

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Written by Jess Hooper
Updated over a week ago

You can proactively communicate your security posture and related documentation with your organization's current and prospective customers with a Trust Page in UpGuard. Here's how.

Creating and publishing your Trust Page

To publish your Trust Page, navigate to Trust Page using the sidebar navigation menu. If you cannot see it in the navigation, you may not have the required user permissions. Contact your organization's admin user to change these permissions.

If you have not yet started to create your Trust Page, there's five easy steps to complete the process.

Screencapture of the guided setup for a Shared Profile

You also have the option to add additional materials beyond the initial setup. We recommend adding previously completed questionnaires, compliance certifications, and business-specific materials like links to your public trust and security pages, which will help you streamline assessments by providing relevant, up-to-date materials.

Once you are satisfied with the information provided, press Publish Trust Page to make your organization's Trust Page available.

When you publish your Trust Page, you can choose to enable access protection and non-disclosure agreement (NDA) protection. These features ensure optimal privacy according to your business needs. You can still accept or deny requests to access your Trust Page with these protections, and you can revoke access at any time.

Screencapture of the protection settings page with the NDA protection toggle circled

Adding your Trust Page to your website

With your Trust Page live, you can now proactively share security-related information with current and prospective business partners. Communicating your security posture and related documentation is a great way to build trust with prospects.

To generate a direct link to your Trust Page, press the Share button in the upper corner. You can then select the method you prefer for sharing your Trust Page.

Screencapture of the window with three options for sharing the profile

There are three options for sharing:

  • Link to your page: You can embed a link to your public page on your website or in your email signature.

  • Share your rating: You can embed your security rating as a badge on your website.

  • Share by email: You can invite people to access your Trust Page by email.

The link to your Trust Page is a public link that you can share with current and prospective customers. They will be able to view your page, even if they are not current UpGuard users. If you frequently receive requests for questionnaires and other documentation, you can use the Trust Page in UpGuard to provide that information while controlling who has access to it.

Note: If you have enabled access protection for your Trust Page, visitors will need to request access and have it approved before they can access your documents. You will receive an email when someone requests access. If you have enabled NDA protection, visitors will need to agree to the terms of your NDA before gaining access.

You can view your public page with the View public page button or by visiting the link provided.

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