This document is in addition to the 55 Degrees Privacy document, the 55 Degrees Product EULA and the DPA (available upon request) provided by 55 Degrees and explains how Portfolio forecaster stores the data it captures. This document will be updated as new features are added to Portfolio forecaster.
Data storage terms and data storage location
Portfolio forecaster retrieves data from the customer Jira instance (for example yourinstance.atlassian.net) using the Atlassian provided rest API.
Jira Cloud: In addition to this, 55 Degrees, may in the future, maintain a database that contains basic information about the instances using our preferred vendors (see below). If this occurs - we’ll inform you of this through release notes and this page.
At no point is any customer-specific data retrieved and stored on any 55 Degrees servers.
We do not store any user data (personal information or any similar data) in either the Jira instance or in the 55 Degrees database).
Any configuration done by the end user is stored as an user property in the Jira instance.
Jira Server/ Jira Data Center: At this time. we do not collect any logs in an automated fashion and rely on the user to assist in any troubleshooting.
Account removal and data retention
This section explains how a customer can close an account and completely remove their data from our service.
Jira Cloud: A customer can uninstall the Portfolio Forecaster app from their Jira instance. At this point, and if applicable, any data contained with the 55 Degrees database is removed. Any data stored on the user object will continue to persist on the user entity in Jira Cloud’s database.
Jira DataCenter and Jira Server: There is currently no database usage.
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.