The CJIS Security Policy specifies security requirements for access to CJIS systems
Who must comply with the CJIS Security Policy
Establish appropriate controls and prepare for your next CJIS audit with Netwrix Auditor
Enable full control over individual access privileges
Make your access control and account management processes more efficient by gaining visibility into the current and historic states of user accounts, groups and permissions, as well as related changes.
Minimize the risk of unauthorized disclosure, alteration or misuse of sensitive data
Promptly respond to improper access attempts to both structured and unstructured data by keeping a close eye on any suspicious activity in your file systems and databases.
Spot unusual activity to control risk of information confidentiality breaks
Ensure timely response to policy violations by detecting abnormal user behavior patterns and analyzing irregular data access.
Facilitate incident handling process by establishing an early warning system
Mitigate the risk of information disclosure by using the meaningful information from alerts and scheduled security reports to react quickly to threats.
Investigate suspected policy violations and answer auditors’ questions faster
Simplify investigations into unauthorized access to and use of critical systems and data using Interactive Search. Quickly find specific activity, easily create custom reports and definitively prove the effectiveness of your controls.
Meet any audit record retention requirements
Keep a complete audit trail in a reliable two-tiered (file-based + SQL database) AuditArchive™ storage system for any retention period you need. The audit trail remains easily accessible for reporting, investigation and compliance needs.
See which specific CJIS Security Policy requirements
Netwrix Auditor can help you address
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