Sensitive Data ServiceThe Sensitive Data Service (SDS) is the ALA mechanism for providing security over data sensitivities. At the moment it supports:
- Conservation Sensitivity, whereby sensitive species are denatured according to state rules.
- Pest Sensitivity. Species are passed through a set of rules based on categories as defined in the Plant Biosecurity Sensitive Data Service
The Sensitive Data Service can be tested through the sandbox. Simply upload your list of species and coordinates and the individual record pages of the sandbox will indicate whether or not sensitivity was detected.
The Sensitive Data Service is controlled through a set of XML files.
|Sensitive Species Data||The xml file that supplies all the sensitive species and the categories and zones to which they belong.||This file was last generated on Mon Jul 16 15:30:55 AEST 2018.|
|Sensitive Categories||The xml file that supplies the vocabulary for the sensitive categories.||This is a static file.|
|Sensitive Zones||The xml file that supplies the vocabulary for the sensitive zones.||This is a static file.|
|List of sensitive layer IDs||JSON list of layers that are required by the SDS|