That doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Code doesn't usually get stored in JIRA, but even if it is, then all you need to do is not let the theives in. I'm not sure that there's any "add-on" that will do anything different from the core functions.
I Think I've made alitlle blunder.
The company has a few data warehouses, and quite a few coders as well. What i'm looking for is a way to prevent data to leak from the company out - things like someone copying a sensitive piece of code and sending it to the competitors. I want to find a way to identify it, put it in some log that I can view, and decide what to do with the action itself ( encrypt it, block it, issue a warning to someone etc..)
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