CJIS Compliance and Your Information Security Program

The role of mobile technologies within the field of law enforcement continues to grow in both importance and number of applications. Law officers count on these technologies for much more than simply receiving dispatch calls or looking up arrest records. Officers are using mobile devices in the field for capturing photo evidence, fingerprinting suspects at the scene, conducting interviews, issuing tickets and citations, managing personnel tracking and deployment, and much more.

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Meeting the DFARS MFA Requirements—What You Need to Know

As we noted in two previous blog posts, the deadline for complying with the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) data security requirements is Dec 31, 2017.

In one post, we explained the basics of the DFARS data security rules, and in the other we explored the “14 families” of security measures outlined in National Institute for Standards and Technology Special Publication 800-171 (NIST SP 800-171). 

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How to Prepare for the DFARS Compliance Deadline: Part 2




As discussed in our previous blog post, the December 31 deadline for complying with data security requirements in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) is looming.

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How to Prepare for the DFARS Compliance Deadline: Part 1

If you do business with the Department of Defense (DoD), get ready! After a two-year extension, the deadline for complying with the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) data security requirements is fast approaching—December 31 of this year.

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Major Breaches in Healthcare and Government Highlight the Need for Increased Investment in Security Training

The breaches of Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center and the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) have been hot topics in the last month. Hollywood Presbyterian because it’s so fresh in our minds and the OPM because of the fallout resulting from it, including House Oversight Committee hearings and the (forced) resignation of its CIO.

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How The Department of Defense can use identity management to protect critical information

The Department of Defense and other federal agencies with national security responsibilities need extra layers of protection to efficiently secure data, especially from the inside. For this critical level of protection, many organizations employ a variety of technologies, including advanced endpoint protection, database activity monitoring, and identity and account management tools, not only to help guard against internal threats, but to also manage their systems more efficiently.

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