I am creating a folder that contains our Information Security Documentation. I want to be able to share this with third parties who may request InfoSec documentation from time to time.
This should be on a read-only basis and I should have a record of who has viewed the folder.
Do you perhaps have a Jira Service Desk linked to your Confluence?
If so then you have some possibilities:
No problem, another solution if you want to keep it within Confluence (which we also use, I just hadn't thought of it at the time), is to use a Google Drive Confluence Plugin. The document can be stored in Drive and shared with Customer. Google Drive folders are also visible in Confluence and can be edited by internal staff, made read only and shared with customer.
There isn't a way to do this out of the box with Confluence Cloud, particularly if you don't want to give each of those users a paid subscription to your Confluence site.
There is a solution in the marketplace called "External Share for Confluence", but I don't believe it will track who accessed the page. You could contact the developer of that app to see if they could add that functionality.
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