PRIVACY: Our Commitments to You About Your Data
At Motorola Solutions, Inc. (MSI), we recognize that our customers’ data can be their most valuable asset, essential to mission critical operations. That is why the security and privacy of our customers’ data is a top priority at Motorola Solutions. In order to protect the privacy rights and freedoms of individuals, Motorola Solutions adheres to key privacy principles and promotes ethical data management. We believe that your trust in us is created through transparency and accountability. We are transparent about our commitments and what you can expect when it comes to our shared responsibility for protecting and managing your data.
1. You Own and Control Your Data
Our approach to privacy is grounded in our commitment to give you control over the collection, use, and distribution of your data.
2. Our Products and Services are Designed to Support Your Compliance Obligations
Our products and services are designed with secure engineering and privacy-by-design practices to protect your data and to assist and support your compliance obligations. Beyond current product and service design and functionality, Motorola Solutions is committed to continuous development and enhancement of Motorola Solutions’ products and services to ensure customers can meet data protection and privacy obligations from their communities and regulatory environment when using MSI products and services.
3. Partnering With Trusted Cloud Providers
Protecting your data requires control over who has access. That is why Motorola Solutions works with Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide trusted cloud services to ensure that whenever possible, your data is stored in data centers located in the nation of your choice, with appropriate logging, employee screening and incident response practices.
4. Notification of Government Requests for Data
We understand your need to safeguard the privacy of your data. Therefore, in the event that we are served with a Judicial or Executive Order to surrender your data, to the extent allowable by law, we will work collaboratively with you. If allowable, we will provide you with notice of receipt of the Order to provide you sufficient time to seek relief from the Order in the relevant jurisdiction. Additionally, when we receive the Order, we will evaluate its propriety and decide whether to challenge the Order ourselves or comply. We will notify you of our decisions promptly, when allowed, so that you may determine if you intend to take any action yourself. In all circumstances, we retain the right to comply with applicable law.
5. We Support Your Data Subject Requests
In some jurisdictions, individuals may have certain rights with respect to your processing of personal information. You may need to respond to requests to access, rectify, restrict processing, delete, port or export personal information (see, for example, the Law Enforcement Directive and General Data Protection Regulation).
We will work with you to respond to all legally required requests. We will either provide you with the tools necessary for you to respond to individuals or assist you in taking necessary actions to fulfill these requests. We will also work with our suppliers such as Microsoft Azure so they are prepared to help you respond to data subject requests (see https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/trust-center/privacy/gdpr-dsr and https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/gdpr-dsr-azure).
If we receive any requests directly from an individual whose personal data is processed by us on your behalf, we will forward the request to you for response. We will not directly respond to requests from individuals unless it is within the scope of work we have agreed to perform for you or unless we are required to do so under applicable laws or regulations.
6. We Will Support Required Data Protection Impact Assessment and Audits
You may be required to perform a Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA) or Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) for your processing of personal information. For example, in the European Union, the Law Enforcement Directive and the General Data Protection Regulation both require such assessments. Further, we understand that you may undergo audits, such as by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in connection with your Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy compliance. We are here to assist and support you in such audit efforts.
We are ready to assist you by providing you information necessary for you to complete your legally required DPIAs or PIAs. You may reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions or requests for assistance.