Does anyone out here have a set of best practises for removing personal data from JIRA? We are looking to scrub any data that a customer may send us that would contain a password, social security number, credit card purchase information, etc..
We would like to just be able to search the database and overwrite this data when it is reported. We feel most of this data would reside in the comment or description field tables. Anyone have any experience with this?
This is probably too late for you, but I figured other people might be interested in this as well.
Our recently published PII Protector for JIRA add-on is doing exactly this. 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.
PII Protector for JIRA is aimed to be a complete solution for PII in the organization JIRA instance.
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