Open Berkeley websites are hosted on Pantheon, and sites on Pantheon cannot include protected (a.k.a. sensitive) data. A breakdown of the Data Classification Levels can be found on the Security website.
Open Berkeley websites (and all other sites hosted on Pantheon) can only host data classified as "Protection Level P1" (formerly "Protection Level 0").
- If you have data that falls into the "Protection Level P2" or "Protection Level P3" category (formerly PL1), you may still use Open Berkeley, and host the data on Box or Drive instead. The data can be uploaded to Box or Drive, and then you can restrict access to the document(s) accordingly, and then link to the document(s) from your Open Berkeley site.
- If you have data that falls into the "Protection Level P4" category (formerly PL2 and PL3), please consult with IT Policy (email@example.com) on possible options for hosting P4 data.
If you have any questions about this information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.