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.
Apps can be installed to further extend the abilities of your Atlassian cloud products. It’s important for you to be aware of certain security risks when apps access third-party websites.
Share data with domains outside of Atlassian
An app may attempt to share data with or fetch data from outside of Atlassian cloud, as part of its functionality. When using the app for the first time, users will see a message like the one below.
The message shows what the app can do on behalf of the user, as well as the external domains that the app may share data with or fetch data from.
Access to external websites
An app may attempt to send users to external websites as part of its functionality. If an app tries to access a URL that isn’t known to the product, a warning message like the one below may appear:
Users must be sure that they trust the external website because the app may share data with it. When users are on external websites, they’re no longer accessing Atlassian cloud, and Atlassian cannot guarantee the security of such websites.
Prevent sharing of sensitive information
Users must refrain from sharing their credentials or any personal data when using apps with Atlassian cloud products.
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