I really want my company to move our instances of Confluence and Crowd to OnDemand. However, my network engineer has a serious concern about the "outside the firewall" dangers. What sort of security has Atlassian implemented internally to protect this information (we have tons of client passwords and information in our Confluence instance), and do you offer any additional security, such as a Apache secured login page before the OnDemand instance, etc?
The doc below is our official security page for OnDemand. If you click through the different links (to our hosting partner for example) I believe all your questions will be addressed.
Our general security page is at:
Additionally, you an sign up for a free trial if you and your network engineer want to 'kick the tires' before making the move outside your firewall.
It's a very late response, but we don't offer any other option to improve the security between the end user and the OnDemand servers, if HTTP over SSL is not enough than I guess your only option is hosting behind your firewall.
If you can explain what type of extra layers you had in mind?
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