Compliance for Confluence

Help Protect Data in Confluence using Controls and Restrictions

There are many data protection regulations (e.g. GDPR, ISO 27001) that govern how businesses should manage data and information. With these regulations, and the growing global digital landscape, it’s critical to apply the right measures to safeguard data and prevent unauthorised access or loss. 

With Compliance for Confluence, you’ll get access to some of the tools needed to help enforce good data handling practices in Confluence. By using data classification, access restrictions and automated data redaction, you can take some of the steps needed to help prevent data loss. 

Classify your Pages

The first step of good data management is identifying and understanding the information you possess. 

With Compliance, you can easily apply data classification levels to your Confluence pages. These levels appear clearly at the top of the page and are customizable so you can align them to match your procedures and terminology.

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Restrict User Access

Help protect the data in Confluence by ensuring it is only visible and accessible to the right people. By using the data classification levels, you can restrict page access to specific users or groups. 

You can make it mandatory that pages must be classified when they are created, prompting employees to adopt good data handling processes from the start. 

Generate reports to inform Actions

The integrated search feature can be help identify Confluence pages that are pending classification. You can use this information to prompt colleagues to classify their pages and close any gaps. 

Reports can also be extracted so that you can review Spaces and ensure all pages are classified appropriately.

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Detect and Remove Sensitive Data

This is a Server and Data Center feature only.

Detect and identify sensitive data across your Confluence with automated sensitive data analysis. Compliance will identify sensitive data such as credit cards, social security numbers or IP addresses.

You can enable auto-redaction so that once sensitive data is detected, it’s automatically redacted and no longer visible or accessible.

Why use Compliance for Confluence?

Data Loss Prevention

Data loss can have significant consequences to businesses. Put safeguards in place to help protect the data and information contained in your Confluence.

Peace of Mind

Use Compliance to help your business take steps to meet certain regulatory standards. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing data handling practices are being implemented. 

Greater Control

Page classification and restriction give you greater control of the information other users have access to. Use these features to help mitigate the risk of data loss.

Visibility & Awareness

Gain access to reports that identify pages pending classification across your Confluence instance. This information can be used to take action and close any gaps.

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