The Haas DocuSign instance is part of the UC Berkeley e-Signatures enterprise consortium. As a member of the consortium, Haas adheres to Campus’ data security policies and best practices to prevent exposure and risks to any collected protected data*.
*Learn more about Protected Data here
Campus has defined four levels of data classification, from P1 (minimal level) to P4 (highest, most sensitive). While Campus e-Signatures does not limit the data levels which users may collect through DocuSign, they do have recommendations about how to collect the data and where to store it after the envelope (document) has been completed.
Please review the links and resources below to learn more.
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When collecting sensitive data, you may consider masking it to keep it visible only to the sender and hidden from other signers or in the final, completed document. Learn more below.
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Berkeley Best Practices & Security Resources
*Note: for P3 and P4 data, Campus IT Security only recommends using CalShare to store these. bDrive (Google Drive) and Box are not recommended.