We current use Atlassian Cloud for hosting Confluence/JIRA/Bitbucket and were wondering if our data is encrypted. I read through your security policy and it mentions it being encrypted after backup, but makes no mention of the file system that it's actually hosted on.
Luke - my understanding is that encryption at rest is not standard for JIRA or Confluence. Since we often need to store senstive data in JIRA, we decided to build our own solution to help.
We are an Atlassian Solution Partner and we've just released something that might help. It's called Team Secrets and it protects sensitive file attachments in JIRA with end-to-end encryption for attachment uploads and 2 factor verification for downloads.
Please try it and let us know if this helps!
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