It sounds like the company did not disable your account in their JIRA environment.
I would not think they would want you logging into their environment for security reasons. I would suggest giving their help desk a call and have them deactivate the account.
*Someone missed a step in the off-boarding process* :)
Yes, @Jonathan Smith is absolutely correct. A Jira/Confluence admin needs to remove or deactivate you from Jira/Confluence.
You should contact them and ask them to deactivate your user.
Was this an Atlassian Cloud instance? If yes you can send them this Documentation page and point to "Deactivate or delete users". ;)
No, the company's Confluence/JIRA admin needs to deactivate your account. Give them a quick call or email to complete that task.
I wouldn't @mention the admin in the environment because that will definitely expose the security hole.
*no raise for that person*
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