Security at Atlassian
Security is a top priority.
We follow extensive practices to track and protect your information through a comprehensive controls framework. Learn why thousands of customers trust us to protect their most valuable data.
Strong data encryption
Our Cloud services data is encrypted using Transport Layer Security (TLS) with Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS). Atlassian's implementation of TLS uses strong ciphers and key-lengths by default.
Rigorous security testing
Our testing program includes threat-modeling, manual code review, automated scanning, and third-party assessments. Our bug bounty program is the cornerstone of security testing for each and every Atlassian product.
Branch detection and monitoring
We have a security monitoring team dedicated to detecting signs of a data breach. Our security practices are constantly evolving in order to address new types of security threats and further strengthen our detection capabilities.
Security news and advisories
We issue advisories when security bugs are discovered so that you can take action. Learn more about when we publish security advisories and how we determine severity levels.
Keep your server secure
Learn how to configure security options on your own server.
Latest security news
Update on Meltdown and Spectre Processor Vulnerabilities
In the first week of January 2018, a number of computer chip manufacturers confirmed critical vulnerabilities in their processors. Under certain circumstances, these vulnerabilities can allow an attacker to steal sensitive information, bypass security restrictions, and gain elevated privileges to client and server software.
Breach Detection at Scale with PROJECT SPACECRAB
We’ve released PROJECT SPACECRAB, an open source toolset that tips the balance in the right direction by enabling deployments of several thousand AWS honey tokens across your network and on every endpoint you own.
Hipchat Security Notice
Our security intelligence team detected a security incident affecting a server in the Hipchat Cloud web tier. The incident involved a vulnerability in a popular third-party library used by Hipchat.com. We have found no evidence of other Atlassian systems or products being affected.
We’re here and ready to answer all of your questions about Atlassian Security.