As the global leader in aerial imaging technology, DJI works closely with customers, security experts and government authorities to address safety, security and privacy concerns arising from the rapid development and adoption of UAV technology around the world.
We invite customers, partners and industry peers to use the resources on this page to learn about our efforts to strengthen data security, customer privacy and airspace safety as we push for safe skies that are open to innovation.
Following new cybersecurity audit, local data mode feature coming to more DJI drones to eliminate internet connection and prevent transmission of drone flight data.
Creating innovative and safe products is at the core of what we do at DJI. It is our passion and our mission. We know great products need to be trusted, secure, and consistently improved. That is why we welcome the results of a new independent cybersecurity audit of DJI drone products, which found no evidence that the data or information collected by these drones is being transmitted to DJI, China, or any other unexpected party.
It is disappointing to hear that some people – including the author of a recent White House op-ed – are deliberately spreading falsehoods about what our products do, simply because DJI is based in China. If the U.S. wants to spur domestic competition, the White House should make its case on the merits of technology standards for drone use. Instead, this op-ed makes spurious and false claims about DJI that are grounded in anti-China hysteria, not facts.
DJI is committed to protecting our users’ information, and our Bug Bounty Program is a key part of that effort. We give security researchers a way to responsibly report data security vulnerabilities, helping make our systems stronger for our customers. Here’s the story of how Check Point Research found a clever vulnerability and used our Bug Bounty Program to work with DJI to fix it.
DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, Monday released the results of an independent report scrutinizing DJI’s data practices that concludes DJI drone users have control over how their data is collected, stored and transmitted.
DJI recognizes that users of electronic devices are increasingly concerned about the security of their private data, and many people have asked us how DJI products protect the photos, videos, and other information our customers generate. We are releasing this statement to help answer those questions.
Recent news and blog coverage of DJI has raised a number of key questions about DJI’s practices regarding cyber security and privacy. We recognize that there are several reasonable concerns brought up about DJI’s record in this space, so we’d like to set the record straight on the current state of DJI’s security efforts.
A bulletin issued by an agent of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was recently leaked online, drawing attention to some of its very wild – and obviously false – claims about DJI and our products.
For more than a decade, DJI has been at the forefront of commercial drone innovation, making the technology more intuitive, safer to use and more accessible to a wide array of users around the world.