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Cloud security

Cloud Security
for Public Safety Software

Public safety agencies face challenges keeping data secure. Cloud solutions are the best way to keep software safe. Learn how Motorola Solutions is leveraging the cloud to secure CommandCentral software.

Cloud Security with Motorola Solutions

When it comes to public safety, we understand the risks are high. This is why we built the first and only end-to-end mission-critical public safety software platform in the cloud: CommandCentral. With a cloud-based CommandCentral solution, you can rest assured that your system is developed, deployed and maintained with a security-first approach.

Cloud Security with Motorola Solutions
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Trusted support

Our cloud-based solutions are backed by a team of leading cybersecurity experts that leverage the NIST National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Framework (NICE Framework).

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Reliable solution

Our Secure Software Development Life Cycle (S-SDLC) includes high-level security requirements that must be considered to ensure the most reliable solution for public safety agencies.

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Secure technology

Our solutions and customer data leverage cloud-native services and security controls for optimized operations in a state-of-the-art cloud environment.

The data security challenge for public safety:

40%

Outdated software

40% of public safety agency computers may be over seven years old and running decades-old software.

70%

Ransomware attacks

70% of reported ransomware attacks in the U.S. target state and local governments.

25%

Target 9-1-1 centers

300+ cyberattacks on public safety agencies in 24 months with 25% of these targeting 9-1-1 centers.

Learn how to protect your data with cloud solutions today.

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