PII Protection for Confluence
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Confluence – automatically check for PII and other sensitive data
Scan Confluence for sensitive data and take action
Scan your Confluence spaces for various kinds of sensitive data and PII. Take immediate remediation actions by triggering Automation, redacting data, labelling or classifying the page.
Classify the pages in Confluence to reflect how sensitive the information on the page is. Classifying a page can also set permissions, so you can be sure that secret pages can only be seen by the right group of users.
Customizable Classification Levels
Classification levels can be customized to suit the needs of your organization.
PII Protection for Confluence adds data loss prevention features to your Confluence Cloud instance. It allows you to:
👉 Find personal identifiable information (PII).
👉 Find sensitive data such as passwords, API key and other credentials.
👉 Take automated remediation actions, including triggering Automation for Confluence or Automation for Jira.
👉 Classify pages according with customizable classification levels.
Checks are customizable by space, with more than a dozen checks already supported and many more checks coming soon.
We have built PII Protection on Atlassian Forge, so we can guarantee that no data ever leaves your Jira instance. Your sensitive information stays secure, read more about this on our website.
Privacy and security
PII Protection for Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Manage global settings.
- View comments on pages or blogposts.
- View Confluence settings, themes and system information.
- Read all content, including content body (expansions permitted). Note, APIs using this scope may also return data allowed by read:confluence-space.summary. However, this scope is not a substitute for read:confluence-space.summary.