Care about security? We do too. Learn what Atlassian does and what you can do too.
Need to test security settings? Learn how with authentication policies.
Eager to configure? Read on about single sign-on.
Manage password policies for users? Set up two-step verification and idle session duration.
Stay on top of data across your organization with all the reports and tracking options we offer.
Learn about where your cloud product data is hosted and the types of data you can move.
Control how users and apps access your Atlassian cloud products.
Use classification levels to identify and categorize sensitive information in your organization.
Set up and manage BYOK encryption to add protection for your sensitive data.
Set up and manage data security policies to secure your organization’s data.
Get insights into your organization’s people and product usage. You can use this data to:
track adoption of Atlassian products
make data-driven decisions about who needs access to products
evaluate the security of your organization.
Who can do this?
To access your organization's insights:
Go to admin.atlassian.com. Select your organization if you have more than one.
Select Security > Insights.
You’ll only see insights if there is data to display, and you have an eligible plan or subscription. Insights data is updated daily.
Insights provide you with charts about the security of your accounts and who’s using your products. The rest of this section describes each chart.
Two-step verification for managed accounts
The two-step verification chart for managed accounts provides insight into how your users are logging in to their Atlassian accounts. It shows the number of managed accounts that:
have two-step verification enabled
don’t have two-step verification enabled
log on with single sign-on
Opting into two-step verification helps improve your organization’s security posture. If only a few users have two-step verification enabled, we recommend you:
Encourage people to opt-in to two-step verification in their Atlassian Account settings. Learn how users can protect their Atlassian Account
Use an authentication policy to mandate two-step verification for managed accounts. Requires Atlassian Access. Learn about authentication policies
Displays users who have viewed a page in a product (such as a Jira issue or Confluence page), or in the case of Trello, those who have used Trello at least once a month and have an email domain that the organization admin manages.
Active users by product
Displays users that are active versus those who aren’t currently active, categorized by product.
Active Trello users
Displays users, who are active in Trello at least once a month, and have an email on a domain managed by this organization. The chart breaks down the users by pricing plan.
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