Mojo Networks is committed to maintaining data security and preserving privacy for customers using Mojo products and services. Regulation (EU) 2016/679, referred to as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), was approved by the European Parliament to provide protection of natural persons with regard to the processing and protection of their personal data. The regulation goes into effect across the European Union on May 25, 2018.
The GDPR applies to entities within the EU that collect, store, and use personal data. These entities are called by the regulation as “Controllers” of personal data. The subjects whose personal data is collected, stored, or used are called “Data Subjects”. And “Processors” are entities which process personal data on behalf of the Controllers.
Additional Information for Mojo Partners and Customers
Please refer to the GDPR documentation available on the Mojo Support Portal including:
- Data Processing Agreement
- User Guide of Tools for Data Search Report and Delete Tool
European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 : https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection
ISO 27001:2013 : www.iso.org/standard/54534.html
How Mojo Networks Complies to the GDPR
Mojo Networks provides GDPR compliant Mojo Cloud WiFi to its customers in the European Union. Partners, resellers, and customers of Mojo that operator their own Mojo Cloud WiFi network act as Controllers; herein referred to as network Operators. Mojo acts as Processor to the network Operators.
Thus according to the GDPR, Mojo Networks enters into a Data Processor Agreement (DPA) executed between Mojo Networks and its Operators. This agreement defines the roles and responsibilities as an Operator of the Mojo Cloud. The DPA applies to Mojo Operators when they install Mojo devices in their network and/or obtain account to access the Mojo Cloud.
Example Use Case
- A customer connects to the WiFi network at a retail shop via a guest captive portal. Personal data is collected, used, and stored by the retail shop using Mojo Cloud tools and capabilities.
- At some point in the future, the customer requests a report of all personal data being held by the retail shop on any digital systems. The retail shop uses the Mojo Cloud tools to exact the user personal data stored on the Mojo Cloud and builds a custom report for the customer.
- After review of the report, the customer makes a request to the retail shop to delete all personal data being held by the retail shop on any digital systems. The retail shop uses the Mojo Cloud tools to erase the user personal data stored on the Mojo Cloud.