In 2011, the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) enacted the Advanced Authentication provision, a compliance mandate that set forth minimum security requirements for accessing data within agency systems, including personally identifiable information (PII) such as fingerprint records and criminal histories. The policy went into full effect in September 2013, and now auditors across many states are enforcing these regulations among IT organizations and companies who provide tech support and services to law enforcement agencies.
Many of these auditors have found that the remote access tools used to provide privileged level access to systems and applications in the field do not meet CJIS requirements as most of the solutions offered today do not take a holistic enough approach to managing privileged access.
No other privileged access management solution is more tailored to meet the needs of law enforcement agencies than Bomgar. With a cost effective licensing model and load-balanced multi-appliance architecture capable of supporting up to tens of thousands of critical systems, Bomgar is the ideal choice for large, geographically dispersed environments.