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Create a Trusted Security Circles profile

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Create a Trusted Security Circles profile

When you first register a Trusted Security Circle to the central instance, two profiles are automatically created: Instance Admin and Anonymous. Instance Admin is used for administrative interactions with central. The Anonymous profile is automatically joined to the global ServiceNow Trusted Security Circle. If needed, you can create additional profiles and give them whatever names you want.

Before you begin

Role required: sn_tis_admin


  1. Navigate to Trusted Circles > Profiles.
  2. Click New.
  3. Fill in the fields, as needed.
    Table 1. Profiles
    Field Description
    Name Enter a name for the profile.
    Anonymous This field determines whether the profile is associated with the instance name at central. If a profile is marked as anonymous, there is no linkage to identify the instance it came from.
    Automatic Sighting Searches

    Indicates whether shared threat intelligence is automatically queried against your internal for every circle for which the profile is a member.

    Active Displays whether the profile is active.
    Instance Admin This field identifies this profile as an Instance Admin profile, which is automatically created by the system. It is used for administrative access to the central system. This field cannot be modified.
    Internal Denotes whether this profile belongs to this instance. This field is set by the system and cannot be modified.
  4. Click Submit.
  5. After the profile has been saved, you can add a TLP security tag to the profile.
    1. Open the profile record.
    2. From the Select security tag drop-down list, select the TLP tag for the profile. The TLP tag determines which observables can be shared with this profile.
    3. When you are done, click Update.