Advanced Authentication
for CJIS Compliance

Cost-Effective Solutions for Meeting September 2014 Deadline

For the law enforcement community, intelligence is a critical component of fighting crime. Whether patrolling in the community, protecting a border or access to an event, combating smuggling and piracy, or stopping child-trafficking, being able to verify identities, and quickly and securely access and share intelligence, is critical to success.

To help protect this collaboration, a strict set of security controls must be adhered to by organizations that access or exchange information with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division.

The FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy (Section 5.6.2.2) requires advanced authentication for access to the CJIS database from non-secure locations.


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Overview

Applicable to criminal and non-criminal agencies alike, the policy provides a “minimum set of security requirements” for access to the CJIS database maintained by the FBI. These requirements help ensure the security of sensitive information and provide guidance in the protection of critical Criminal Justice Information (CJI) — “from creation through dissemination; whether at rest or in transit.”
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Advanced
Authentication

Entrust offers the only solution that supports every advanced authentication method defined in the CJIS Security Policy — from a single authentication platform. This allows organizations to choose the authenticator, or combination of authenticators, that meet the unique requirements of their users. This achieves CJIS compliance while minimizing the impact on officers, agents, court officials and more.

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Compliant
Authenticators

Entrust offers the full range of CJIS-compliant authenticators, including:

  • Biometric systems
  • User-based PKI
  • Smartcards
  • Software tokens
  • Hardware tokens
  • Paper (inert) tokens
  • Risk-based authentication

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