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Top 7 Considerations for Achieving CJIS Compliance
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The Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) policy mandates that all agencies must have enforced unique IDs strong passwords, and all agencies must comply with the CJIS Advanced Authentication requirement by 2013. When choosing a solution, there are a number of factors you should consider, including whether the solution complies with all CJIS approved authentication methods, requires no schema extensions or other modifications to existing LDAP directory, or if it provides end-to-end compliance with the FIPS 140-2 encryption standard.
This white paper explores what every agency needs to know in order to comply with the Advanced Authentication Security Policy. Most importantly, it provides seven considerations from your peers, who have successfully achieved compliance at their own agencies.
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