How are security classifications handled in Confluence e.g. Secret, Sensitive, Public?

Kim Read April 12, 2023

I want to ensure that all of our authors  utilize a security classification for any and all documents.  How is this best achieved in Confluence?

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April 12, 2023

Hi @Kim Read 

One option is to use separate spaces for the different security classifications.  This allows you to control access to these documents on a space level, and also makes it clear to authors that they are creating document e.g. in the "secure" space.

Kim Read April 12, 2023

Thank you for the quick reply.  And while I like the answer and would work for some organizations, it is a requirement to actually have a security label on the document itself.

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