Criminal Justice Information Systems are defined as integrated systems that are capable of tracking the complete life cycle of criminal cases through their various stages of development while at the same time transmitting this data, in a non duplicated fashion, to an integrated records management system managed by the Criminal Justice Information Services division of the FBI. This helps reduce terrorist and criminal threats by maximizing the FBI’s ability to provide on-demand criminal justice information to the FBI and other qualified law enforcement individuals.
Standards such as CJIS guide organizations in their development and implementation of IT security practices. However, the alphabet soup can be confusing, and organizations can become unsure of how to achieve compliance or when standards compliance is compulsory and when it is optional. AppliedTrust can help navigate these waters.
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