Compliance for Confluence can help you manage the data stored in Confluence Cloud in a way that’s aligned with your data handling policies and procedures.
It’s built to be flexible so that organizations of all sizes can implement the different policies, procedures, and standards that are important to their business.
Here you can discover the different use cases that Compliance for Confluence (Cloud) supports.
Classifying pages in Confluence
Confluence is a great tool that is used as a knowledge base and document repository. Over time more and more information will be added to Confluence and many organizations will need a way to label or classify content depending on the type contained in pages and to ensure alignment with applicable policies or procedures.
Compliance for Confluence provides a simple yet robust method of applying data classification levels to Confluence pages in a way that is visible, searchable and reportable.
Learn more about how to set up data classification levels in Confluence that meet your organisation’s needs.
Restricting Confluence page access based on classification levels
Building on from data classification levels, Compliance for Confluence enables you to restrict access to pages depending on their classification level.
In many organisation’s there will be specified access restrictions to pages and documents based on the department, seniority or role of a team member.
For example, the Legal team and senior management may be the only employees that are permitted to view Confluence pages that are labelled as “Confidential”. Compliance for Confluence allows you to configure restrictions based on a page’s classification level. This is a great way to manage access to Confluence pages in a way that aligns with data handling procedures.
Find out how to configure page access restrictions based on the assigned classification levels.