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confidential information management

Hi guys,

Is there any way i can:

- password protect confidential attachments

- scheduled deletion of confidential messages or attachments

 

or any other kind of confidentiality management features within jira?

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Mark Segall Community Leader Dec 13, 2022

Hi @Özgür Gül and welcome to the community!

The short answer is No because attachment functionality is extremely basic in Jira.  I would recommend training users on a process where instead of using attachments, users are instructed to link to a content management source that provides the desired security practices.  You could enforce this by creating a scheduled automation rule that looks for issues with attachments and deletes them.

Thanks for the info. I ll work on links.

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