Criminal Justice Information Services, otherwise known as CJIS, is a branch of the FBI that allows access of criminal justice information to local, state, and federal law enforcement. Established in 1992, the CJIS serves as a base for FBI's information services and allows branches of government agencies and law enforcement to access criminal data wherever and whenever.
In order to utilize the CJIS services, an agency must ensure that the that their transmission, processing, storage, and destruction of criminal justice information is in compliance with the CJIS Security Policy. This policy defines thirteen areas that must be evaluated in order to determine if one is in compliance with the CJIS Security Policy:
We aim to leverage our processes and technology to relieve regulated clients and those with sensitive data from the burdens of maintaining cybersecurity and information controls. In order to do this, we will elevate organizational security awareness and requirements recognition to the highest levels of management and ownership. Furthermore, Egis will help maintain a culture that is disruptive to threat actors and anyone that would harm our clients and their critical industry sectors. In order to achieve this goal, and help one become compliant with the CJIS Security Policy, we can: