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CJIS Compliance Requirements Infographic


When it comes to law enforcement, the timely sharing of information is critical for stopping and reducing crime, and can sometimes even be a matter of life-or-death. In the US, criminal justice-related data is shared through a service called the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS), which is accessed online.

As part of the CJIS Security Policy (CJIS-SP) to protect sensitive information—the leakage of which can reduce the effectiveness of ongoing crime-fighting operations—all local, state and federal agencies are required to secure their online access to CJIS with “advanced authentication.”

This infographic outlines what organizations should look for when selecting an authentication solution for addressing CJIS compliance requirements.


Key Points/Stats from this Infographic:

  • Law enforcement organizations require a range of authentication methods and form factors, which enable addressing varying threat vectors, use cases and assurance levels.
  • Service-based solutions that do not require extensive infrastructure investments allow agencies to shorten time to deployment considerably.
  • Automated provisioning, self-service portals, service-based authentication, and solutions that offer a wide range of authentication methods can lower the costs of authentication. 
  • Organizations working to address CJIS compliance should also look for authentication solutions that offer flexible pricing models and automated workflows that allow them to easily add users as needed.

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