Are the JIRA tools CPNI and PII compliant?

Is the JIRA tool compliant if we share information with customer proprietary network information or personal identifiable information within JIRA artifacts. 

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Possibly.  You'll need to define these compliance rules before we can answer the question.

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One thing that can help you be compliance is making sure that sensitive data is not stored in places where it shouldn't and that access to it is properly audited. For this you can use our recently released PII Protector for JIRA add-on. It monitors sensitive PII like credit card numbers, social security numbers, addresses, etc. stored in Atlassian JIRA, reports it, provides admins with a convenient UI to manage it, to audit access to it, and optionally to hide or to erase it.

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Alex

Sounds like a tool that we can use… it appears that it is not available for the Cloud. Do you know if Cloud support is planned?

Kevin,

You're right, our add-on is only available for JIRA Server/Datacenter.

Cloud support is planned, but we haven't started working on it yet, so it will not be available very soon unfortunately.

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