you should strictly cut off these two views on a high hierarchical level.
Then you can define on top level which pages to see for which users oder groups. Do define such permissions you may use the gear on the right top and choose restrictions / permissions.
For detailled documentation u could read the official doc here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/page-restrictions-139414.html
Hope this helps.
This should be pretty simple to do by constructing the page using include page or excerpt include macros.
Users will only see the content they have permission to view on the main page.
Or you could try the Hide-If and Show-if plugins. Same page but different visitors get different information.
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