We have been using the installed instance versions of Fisheye, Crucible, Confluence and JIRA and we currently use the cloud version of HipChat. We are considering moving our JIRA and Confluence to the cloud versions but we have questions about the security of our data.
In HipChat I am aware that all of our conversations are encrypted, not even one of our own admins can look at a conversation unless he/she is in the list of participants for that conversation, which is awesome.
Is our Fisheye and Crucible data encrypted so it cannot be accessed by Atlassian or external parties? Or is this something we will have to enforce with some kind of plugin? I want to be able to tell my customers that while we are using a third party service to hold some of their data, we are the only ones with access to it.
All the information about Security on Cloud instances can be found on the following links:
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