CJIS

The Criminal Justice Information System

The Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) Security Policy was created by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to provide guidance to organizations dealing with Criminal Justice Information (CJI). The policy outlines roles and responsibilities for organizations, proper handling of CJI, and the implementation of both technical and physical security policies. The CJIS policy was designed to provide a base-level security policy for all entities that have access to CJI, and all organizations that interact with CJI must comply with the CJIS policy.
 
EventTracker Enterprise can help organizations solve the challenge of complying with the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) standard. The CJIS Security Policy was created by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to provide guidance to organizations dealing with Criminal Justice Information (CJI). The CJIS policy was designed to provide a base-level security policy for all entities that have access to CJI, and any organization that interacts with CJI must comply with the CJIS policy. 

The FBI CJIS Division has drawn from many different standards to create the basis for their own requirements and guidelines. The policy outlines roles and responsibilities for organizations, proper handling of CJIS, and the implementation of both technical and physical security policies.
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