RDM.berkeley.edu will be shutdown 7/31/2018; replaced with NetReg.berkeley.edu

July 9, 2018

The Campus Policy for Minimum Security Standards for Electronic Information (MSSEI) [1] requires departments to register computer systems and applications containing restricted data.  Restricted Data is defined as "any confidential or personal information that is protected by law or policy, and that requires the highest level of access control and security protections whether in storage or in transit" [2]  and further refined based on adverse business impact into "High" or Protection Level 2 and "Moderate" or Protection Level 1. [3]

Since 2006, the Information Security and Policy (ISP) registration tool has been RDM (rdm.berkeley.edu.)  ISP is pleased to announce that RD registration has been replaced by new functionality within NetReg (netreg.berkeley.edu), ISP's Security Contact and DHCP self-service registration portal.

ISP has been working with departments with existing PL2 RD registrations to get their applications and systems re-registered in NetReg.  At this time we are opening up the new functionality to all departments and security contacts.  If you have PL2 RD and have not yet been contacted by ISP you should 1) register your PL2 application and 2) contact ISP at security@berkeley.edu.  If you have PL1 RD you can register it in NetReg for enhanced scanning and monitoring, but it is not required.

If you have any questions about NetReg, registering your RD application, please contact ISP at netreg@security.berkeley.edu.

The legacy RDM application (rdm.berkeley.edu) will be turned off on July 31, 2018.

Reference:
[1] MSSEI:  https://security.berkeley.edu/minimum-security-standards-electronic-information
[2] Restricted Data: https://security.berkeley.edu/what-restricted-data
[3] Data Classification Standard: https://security.berkeley.edu/data-classification-standard