Harry is a Confluence Admin for a small business who have been updating their documentation in Confluence.
Members of their software development team have recently started work on a new SaaS platform solution. They use Confluence to store a detailed architecture of the system and write up notes from their team meetings. These documents need to be classified and restricted so that only members of that team can view and access them.
Harry uses Compliance for Confluence to create a new Classification Level. This will be used to classify and restrict the access to pages containing the proprietary information about their new SaaS platform.
Compliance for Confluence allows users to create and customize their classification levels to match their businesses needs, processes or procedures. In this scenario, Harry creates a new Classification Level named “Software Development”.
Once setup he can navigate to a page and classify it as “Software Development” using the drop down menu as illustrated in the screenshot below.
Harry can use the data classification level to setup Automated Page Restrictions giving his business greater control over Confluence content.
As you can see, Compliance for Confluence gives you a quick and easy way to setup page classification levels that meet your business' needs. These features can be used to help comply with security policies and procedures specific to your business. It also gives you greater visibility and control over the information contained within your Confluence instances.