Identifiers and similar information such
as your username, name, phone number, address,
and job titles, as well as unique identifiers
tied to the browser, application, or device
Demographic information, such as your
preferred language and age.
Commercial information such as records
of charges, payments, and billing details and
Technical and operational details of your usage of SecOps Services,
such as information about your usage,
operational status, software errors and crash
reports, authentication details, quality and
performance metrics, and other technical details
necessary for us to operate and maintain the
SecOps Services and related software. This
includes device identifiers, identifiers from
cookies or tokens, and IP addresses.
Approximate location data, as may be
determined by IP address, depending in part on
your device and account settings.
Audio, electronic, visual, and similar information,
such as audio recording of your calls with our
technical support providers.
Inferences drawn from the above, like
aggregated performance metrics for a new product
feature to determine product strategy.
Protecting against security threats, abuse, and illegal activity.
Google uses and may disclose personal
information to detect, prevent and respond to
fraud, abuse, security risks, and for protecting
against other malicious, deceptive, fraudulent,
or illegal activity. For example, to protect our
services, our customers, or the public, we may
receive or disclose information about IP
addresses that malicious actors have
Auditing and measurement. Google uses
personal information for analytics and
measurement to understand how our services are
used, and to provide you and our customers with
recommendations and tips. We may disclose
non-personally identifiable information publicly
and with partners, including for auditing
Provide and maintain our services, and to assist you.
Google uses personal information to provide
SecOps Services and related technical support,
and other services you request, and ensure they
are working as intended, such as tracking
outages or troubleshooting bugs and other issues
that you report to us.
Improve the SecOps Services and other services you request.
Google uses personal information to improve
SecOps Services and other services you request,
and to develop new products, features and
technologies that benefit our users and
Use of service providers. Google shares
personal information with service providers to
perform services on our behalf, in compliance
with this Privacy Notice and other appropriate
confidentiality and security measures. For
example, we may rely on service providers to
help provide technical support.
Legal reasons. Google also uses personal
information to satisfy applicable laws or
regulations, and discloses information in
response to legal process or enforceable
government requests, including to law
We do not disclose personal information to companies, organizations, or individuals outside of Google except in the following cases:
When you procure third-party services.
We disclose personal information outside of
Google when you or our customers choose(s) to
procure a third-party service through Google
Cloud Platform, the Google Cloud Platform
Marketplace or the Google Workspace Marketplace,
or use a third-party application that requests
access to your information.
With your consent. We’ll disclose your
personal information outside of Google when we
have obtained your consent.
With your administrators and authorized resellers.
When you use SecOps Services, your administrator
and resellers authorized to manage your or your
organization’s account will have access to
certain personal information.
For external processing. We disclose
personal information to trusted third party
providers to process it for us as we instruct
them and in compliance with this Privacy Notice
and appropriate confidentiality and security
measures. In particular, we disclose your
information to our third party providers when
you request technical support services (we
disclose the information you provide in the
support ticket) and professional services (we
disclose your contact details to enable
communication and collaboration).
For legal reasons. We disclose personal
information outside of Google when we have a
good-faith belief that access to or disclosure
of that information is reasonably necessary to:
- Comply with applicable law, regulation,
legal process, or enforceable governmental
- Enforce applicable agreements, including
investigation of potential violations.
- Detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud,
security, or technical issues.
- Protect against harm to the rights, property
or safety of Google, our customers, users, and
the public as required or permitted by law.