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Atlassian Access (Cloud) Authentication Log

Is Atlassian Access Authentication Log available via Atlassian API?

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Rak Garg Atlassian Team Nov 17, 2018

Hi @Aleksey Shchukin

Currently, authentication logs are not available via the Atlassian REST API. However, this is a feature that is on the Access team's roadmap. You can check on our progress at this ticket.

Please feel free to reach out to me if any other questions about logging arise. 

Cheers,

Rak Garg

Product Manager, Atlassian Access

Hi @Rak Garg, this post is titled Authentication Log, however, the linked ticket is limited to "user management" only.

What we are looking for is audit logs for

  • Authentication/Access logs

  • System configuration change events

  • Account management changes (looks like we get these)

  • System/security events

This is a requirement of our SIEM/SOC team and used for the automated monitoring of who is accessing our systems. This allows us to proactively monitor access and identify or prevent malicious access.

This is a fairly standard Enterprise requirement so we are hoping this is already on your roadmap?

Or perhaps you could point us at another option to gain this log information that already exists?

Cheers

Lee

Rak Garg Atlassian Team Dec 03, 2018

Hi @Lee Dennison

Thank you for your response. We understand that those types of log events are high priority for our customers, and we have prioritized them on our roadmap. Although the ticket I linked does specifically address user management changes, we are going to be shipping additional audit events over time. Those updates will be posted on that ticket as they happen. 

In the meantime, you can find some of the configuration change information you are looking for in the existing Jira and Confluence audit logs. The Jira Platform provides a REST API which can be used for integration with SIEM systems. 

Please feel free to directly contact me if any other questions or concerns around logs arise. 

Thanks,

Rak Garg

Product Manager, Atlassian Access

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