Configure CASB Connect for Atlassian Confluence
IMPORTANT: Support for Atlassian Confluence is in Limited Availability. To enable this feature, contact Skyhigh Security Support.
To configure Atlassian Confluence to work with Skyhigh CASB, you must enable API access in Skyhigh CASB, then enable and configure Webhooks in Confluence.
Enable API Access in Skyhigh CASB
- Go to Settings > Service Management.
- Click Add Service Instance and select Confluence.
- Add a name for the instance and click Done.
- Select the service instance, go to the Setup tab, and click Enable API.
- Select Provide API Credentials.
- Enter the Confluence Domain of your organization. Click Submit.
- Log in with your Atlassian admin credentials.
- Select the domain under Authorize for, and click Accept.
API access is now enabled for Atlassian Confluence.
Enable Webhooks in Confluence
Before configuring Webhooks in Confluence, you need to enable Webhooks in the Confluence UI. To enable Webhooks, perform the installation instructions provided here.
Configure Webhooks in Confluence
- In the Confluence console, open Space Settings and select Webhooks.
- Click Add Webhook.
- Enter a name for the webhook. For example, Skyhigh Security Skyhigh CASB DLP.
- For the URL field, contact Skyhigh Security Support to get a unique URL for your Confluence account and enter it.
- Choose all events in the Event types field. (DLP is supported only for comments and pages. All other events are logged under Activity Monitoring.)
- Click Create.
After configuring Webhooks in Confluence, you can add IP addresses to the allow list in Atlassian. This helps to integrate Skyhigh CASB with Confluence successfully.
Under Security > IP allowlisting, if you have enabled IP allowlisting, make sure to add the IP addresses to the allow list. To integrate Skyhigh CASB (US Prod) with Confluence, add the following IP addresses to the allow list: