Why Does Security and Encryption Exist?
“When Confluence first came out, what it did for our organization is all of a sudden all of our information ended up in the wiki (Atlassian Confluence). And so we democratized content and everybody could get access to everything… the goal (with this add-on) is how do we start storing things in the wiki that we can be kept confidential?
-Rob Castaneda, CEO and Founder of ServiceRocket
When Security and Encryption was initially released as an internal tool, our IT team began securing passwords, license keys and more that could be hidden from page history and made available when necessary. The value of this protection, at such little cost, was immediately clear. ServiceRocket decided to invest in making the tool enterprise-grade and available to the entire Atlassian Ecosystem.
3 Things Security and Encryption Does For You
- Protects Your Sensitive Information
- Works with Your Rich Text
- Helps You Achieve Compliance
Wait, I Though Confluence Has Built-in Privacy Protections?
More from this Under the Dome
- Using the Security and Encryption Audit Log (6:20)
- A celebrity appearance (7:55)
- Using the Rich Text Interface (8:30)
- How the add-on encrypts sensitive data (11:00)
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