Given the broad spectrum of risks associated with managing enterprises of all sizes, leaders and managers need to see all aspects of exposure across an organization. This broader view of the risk environment within an organization helps managers to mitigate risk, implement policies, and take precautions that reduce risk to employees and the public.
- Increased capabilities, such as rapid deployment, easy implementation, access to higher level information technology (IT) resources, disaster recovery, and remote and mobile access.
- Enhanced efficiencies, such as scalability, flexibility, agility, just-in-time delivery, resource utilization, automatic updates, fewer duplicative systems, and increased reliability.
- Reduced cost, such as fewer infrastructure investments (hardware, software, maintenance, upgrade, refresh, day-to-day operation), physical space savings, improved economies of scale, and usage-based pricing.
Law enforcement officers across the country rely on CJIS data to perform their day-to-day job of protecting the public. Often referred to as the lifeline of law enforcement, CJIS allows officers to access the system 24/7/365 to process fingerprints, check criminal histories and share information with other agencies. The FBI requires all departments accessing the information to adhere to the CJIS Security Policy that now includes mobile devices, virtualization of networks, PIN policies and cloud computing. Since the requirements follow the information wherever it is being used, stored or transmitted, the municipality’s records management system, storage/file shares and email/messaging systems should be brought into compliance. Many of the elements (like advanced authentication, log management, encryption, etc.) can help the local government address similar requirements in other areas, such as HIPAA Security Rule compliance. Tribridge ensures CJIS compliance in whichever solution and cloud deployment option you select.