Over the past year, multiple Fortune 500 companies in the defense, financial, and health sectors have deployed our flagship application, Security for Bitbucket, to audit their repositories for secrets, PII, and more. The app has also been badged as a Staff Pick by Atlassian. After numerous requests from our users, we're now proud to announce Security for Confluence, an audit tool that helps you improve security, demonstrate compliance, and gain visibility into Confluence Data Center. Easily audit Confluence for credentials, API keys, credit card numbers, personally identifiable information (PII), and more.
With team members drafting all kinds of documents, both personal and in the course of work, it’s all too easy to expose sensitive information on these workspace platforms. This poses significant risks for both security and compliance. Users could be posting passwords for network devices, private keys, or even personal credentials for highly sensitive systems. Not controlling this information can lead to privilege escalation, either by malicious users, or by an external attacker who has gained access to a legitimate user account.
User-generated content also complicates compliance; users often unknowingly publish personally identifiable information (PII), violating HIPAA standards or GDPR.
Confluence simply has no built-in mechanism to detect and block pages that contain this sensitive information; typical user workflows make this a simple omission even by well-intentioned users. Worse, the core functionality of these workspaces is to retain information across multiple document revisions. Once sensitive data is posted, it gets duplicated and exposed.
Our application integrates directly with Confluence Data Center to actively detect attempts to introduce sensitive information, accidental or otherwise.
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Don’t wait for sensitive information become a bigger problem; start your free trial of Security for Confluence today! Find it in the Atlassian Marketplace and click the “Get it now” button.