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Getting Started

Welcome to Compliance for Confluence 👋

Whether this is your first time using Compliance or you just want a quick refresher, this guide will cover everything you need to know.

Please follow the guide below step by step, or jump to the sections that are most relevant to you.

Introduction to Compliance for Confluence

Compliance for Confluence is a data loss prevention (DLP) tool designed to help you manage and protect the information stored in Confluence. It comes with a wide range of functionality but it has two core features; data classification levels and access restrictions for Confluence pages, both of which can be customized to meet the needs of your organization.

Installing Compliance

The first step is to ensure Compliance is installed on your Confluence instance. We’ve created this useful guide that will walk you through the installation process from start to finish.

Navigate around the app

Once you have Compliance installed on your Confluence instance, it’s worth taking some time to familiarise yourself with it and all the options that are available.

Compliance is packed with different features, and you won’t likely need all of these when you first start using the app. In addition, Compliance is predominantly an admin-controlled solution, but there are some features that remain accessible to Confluence users (e.g. classification levels).

Please check out our dedicated user guide to help get familiar with the Compliance for Confluence app.

Explore the main features

Compliance for Confluence comes with a wealth of features that can help you manage and protect the information in Confluence and these include:

To learn more about all the features in Compliance for Confluence, check out our Features user guide.

Setup your data classification levels

Now that you are familiar with Compliance and its core features, you will first want to set up your classification levels.

Compliance for Confluence gives you the flexibility to create as many classification levels as you need, so you can align Confluence to your data protection policies and ensure your teams can classify documents appropriately.

To get started with data classification, check out our detailed user guides.

Need support? We’re here to help 🧡

If you have any questions about Compliance or would like to speak with us, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Support team.

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