Secure Custom Fields for Jira - Field Permission & Security
- Jira Software
Each field can be hidden or read-only based on field level restriction to get security and privacy. Store sensitive data in fields
Create custom fields from custom field types
The app provides various secure field types. Jira administrators can create custom fields like Jira standard ones. Most features that are translation, context, associating to screens, and so on work properly.
Flexible permission setting
Each custom field has a permission setting. Jira administrators configure who can view/edit the field value.
Custom fields as Jira standards
The fields are displayed on Jira issue views if users have permission. The field data is stored in the Atlassian infrastructure like standard fields, but it's encrypted with AES-256 encryption.
Ability to control who can view or edit field values at field level.
The app provides various secure custom field types. Jira administrators can create custom fields from the types and configure them like Jira standard custom fields. All defined field types are listed on our documentation.
Each custom field has a permission setting. Jira administrators configure who can view or edit field values.
The app works in only the Atlassian infrastructure. Field data is stored in the Atlassian infrastructure under the Atlassian policy such as standard fields, but it's encrypted by the app to prevent non-permitted users from accessing them. Field data never goes out from the Atlassian infrastructure! Even the app vendor can't access your data. Only permitted users can view the value.
Web API is provided to get or edit field values.
We welcome all inquiries through our support site. All features and support are available for free.
Privacy and security
Secure Custom Fields for Jira - Field Permission & Security integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Take Jira administration actions (e.g. create projects and custom fields, view workflows, manage issue link types).
- Create and edit project settings and create new project-level objects (e.g. versions and components).
- View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.
- Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.