Peter Eigenschink's add-ons that run against the Atlassian Cloud servers are based on the Atlassian remote add-on framework (Atlassian Connect). We utilize other well-known third party providers to host and provide these services.
The data provided to us by you during the course of using the add-ons are stored in our databases. We don't store any Confluence content in our database. Any Atlassian application data (Space, Project, Page, Issue etc) is limited to the key or id of the item.
Account removal and data retention
This section explains how a customer can close an account and completely remove their data from our service.
Application and infrastructure security
This section explains what security measures we've taken in our application and infrastructure.
- The support team accesses add-on data only for purposes of application health monitoring and performing system or application maintenance, and upon customer request for support purposes.
- Only authorized employees have access to server data.
- Customers are responsible for maintaining the security of their own Confluence Cloud login information.
- Communication between the Cloud products and the add-on server is done using web requests. All web requests are digitally signed, authenticated and authorized.
- Add-on server is only accessible through secure protocols (e.g. https).
This section explains how and under what circumstances we notify our customers about security breaches or vulnerabilities and indicate how a user or security researcher should disclose a vulnerability found in our add-on to us.
- Security breaches or vulnerabilities with the proposed solution of the problem are published on our website.
- Customers can report security breaches or vulnerabilities using firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail address.
Other Data collected during the use of our add-on will not be shared with third parties except if required by law.