So far, all content we have created can be viewed and edited by anyone who has access to Confluence, and even without logging in if you're enabled an anonymous login. When your company's information and documentation is in Confluence, allowing anyone to view or edit them might not be the best security setting.
Confluence gives you all the tools to make your installation as open or as closed as you would like it to be. While we go over the options and how to enable them, please keep the following points in mind:
Confluence is a tool for communication and collaboration; allowing your users to view and edit as much content as possible. This will help you getting the most out of the transparent knowledge exchange in your organization.
So, restrict a space or page only if you have a good reason for doing so.
Confluence keeps track of every change made to a page or blog post. This makes it easy to see who changed what and, if required, revert the content to a previously saved...