Compliance for Confluence enables you to apply data classification levels to Confluence pages. For many organization’s, there may be a requirement to label (or classify) content based on the information or data it contains.
With data classification levels, you can easily apply this to Confluence pages in a clear and visible way.
Configure Classification Levels
If you are using Confluence Cloud as a knowledge base solutions, you may have specific data classification levels that are part of existing data handling processes. In this example, let’s imagine these are the 4 data classification levels you have:
Highly Restricted - information that presents the greatest danger if it was lost or disclosed. Only limited audiences should have access to this information.
Restricted - only people with a need to know should see this information. Its loss or disclosure would pose a moderate to major risk.
Internal - commonly available to all employees. This information would pose only a minor risk if it was lost or disclosed.
Public - this data is freely available to the public and employees. It requires no special protection.
With Compliance for Confluence installed, you can customize the page classification levels in Confluence to align with your organization processes and policies.
In this example there are only 4 levels, but if your organization has more levels or requires extra levels to be added at a later date, Compliance for Confluence allows you to have up to 10 classification levels for your Confluence instance.