I’m here from Asana Security team to announce Asana’s New Trust Center, which you can find at security.asana.com.
Many of the world’s teams rely on Asana to orchestrate their most important work, and Asana has a responsibility for ensuring that the data you entrust us with is safeguarded. Our vision for the Trust Center is to make it as easy as possible for you and your company to learn about the many ways in which Asana is committed to protecting your data.
You may also directly request access to the more sensitive documents below, which you’ll get access to immediately once we’ve confirmed we have an NDA in place. If you’re a current customer, we’ll automatically approve requests to access these documents:
SOC 2 Type 2 report
Certificate of Insurance
SIG, VSA, HECVAT questionnaires
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If you have questions or other ideas, please let us know in the Comments below!
Great question! Trust at Asana • Asana is the existing landing page which gives a high level overview which our pre-sales prospects might be interested in. I suspect over time we’ll make /trust shorter and refer to Trust Center for all details.
“Trust Center” is becoming a standard term to indicate the place a customer would go to learn about and gather artifacts about a company’s security and privacy posture. Given the traction and current success with the existing /trust page I want to keep that as-is and instead bring Trust Center live with the available URL of security.asana.com. Most of the resources customers are looking for and downloading are specifically related to Security (SOC 2, CAIQ questionnaire, and PenTest report).
Thanks, @brian_t. I appreciate the info and understand…except…
I don’t understand why the old Trust page wouldn’t now or soon mention the existence of the new Security page, especially when you have parts of that Trust page anticipating the viewer may want more info (and offering a white paper), but I’m sure you have good reasons. I’ll make sure clients/customers know about both if they might need both.