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Help Protect Data in Confluence Pages with Access Restrictions and Classification Levels

Implement your data handling policies and processes in Confluence with customizable classification levels, page access restrictions, and automation features.

Classify Your Pages in Confluence

Apply classification levels to your Confluence pages at the click of a button. The classification levels appear at the top of the page and can be customized to align with your specific procedures and terminology.

Data classification is the first step of good data management. After all, identifying and categorizing the information you possess helps put measures in place to protect it.

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Restrict User Access to Confluence Pages

Help protect the data in Confluence by ensuring it is visible and accessible to the right people. With Compliance for Confluence, you can restrict page access to specific users or groups based on the data classification level.

In the Server and Data Center versions you can make it mandatory for Confluence pages to be classified when they are created, encouraging users to adopt good data handling standards from the start. 

Generate Reports to Inform Decision-Making

Use the built-in search feature to filter Confluence pages based on their classification level. This can help you identify pages that are pending classification and prompt users to classify their pages closing any gaps in Confluence.

You can also extract this information as a report so teams can review their Spaces and ensure all pages are classified appropriately.

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Detect and Remove Sensitive Data

Use the data detection feature to identify sensitive data stored in Confluence pages. Compliance for Confluence will detect a wide variety of sensitive data including credit card numbers, social security numbers, and IP addresses.

Once detected, you can use automated actions such as data redaction to ensure sensitive information is redacted preventing it from being viewed or accessed.

This is a Server and Data Center feature only.

Why use Compliance for Confluence?

Data Loss Prevention

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

Peace of Mind

Give yourself peace of mind and use Compliance for Confluence to help you implement good data handling practices in Confluence with classification and restriction.

Greater Control

Use page classification levels and access restriction to help control which types of information should be accessible to users in Confluence.

Visibility & Awareness

Gain access to reports that help identify pages based on their classification level or those pending classification so you can act and close any gaps.

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