Law enforcement agencies handle a large amount of highly personal data. Criminal records, fingerprints, ongoing case records, and more all need to be readily accessible by a large number of people in a range of locations, from inside the department office to the agents or officers in the field. Access to this data is tightly controlled through the Criminal Justice Information Services Division. Properly securing access in such an array of environments is always difficult, and ease-of-use is key.
What is CJIS?
The Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division authorizes federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies access to critical, personal data, such as criminal fingerprint and history records, to assist them with their duties. The highly sensitive data is protected by security policies drafted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). In order to gain access to the data, law enforcement agencies generally need to be compliant by implementing a 2FA system, also called “Advanced Authentication” by the FBI.
How does GreenRADIUS help me become CJIS compliant?
By implementing GreenRADIUS, law enforcement agencies can meet the Advanced Authentication requirements of the CJIS Security Policy (Section 5.6 of the October 6, 2015 version).
Does GreenRADIUS work with NetMotion?
NetMotion is a widely used solution with law enforcement agencies. GreenRADIUS integration with NetMotion has been tested in our lab and used in the field by our law enforcement customers. Below is a quick start guide to integrate NetMotion with GreenRADIUS.