In December 2012 Microsoft was the first hyperscale cloud provider to contractually attest to the applicable CJIS controls with a signed CJIS management agreement and CJIS Security Addendum. It was three years before any cloud provider. Since 2012, we have worked one-by-one to sign agreements with 23 other states and our goal of reaching all 50 remains very much in sight.
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I was honored to have the opportunity to present on the subject of the Liability of the Data Breach (and how to prevent it) at the Oregon CJIS User Conference in Bend last week. In the conference opening keynote, Major Tom M.
When it comes to the CJIS Security Policy, Microsoft is committed to providing law enforcement agencies with trusted cloud services that are uniquely equipped and will help meet or exceed their CJIS compliance requirements.
The CJIS Security Policy provides a secure framework of laws,
The Criminal Justice Information Services Division (CJIS) Implementation Guidelines is designed to provide insight into the CJIS security controls applicable to Microsoft Cloud services, and provide guidance to law enforcement agencies on where to access detailed information to assist in CJIS audits.
As more state and local governments look to centralize and adopt innovative productivity solutions across their various agencies, including the law enforcement and criminal justice community, the need to meet unique requirements like the Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Security Policy becomes increasingly important.
Earlier in May, I had the opportunity to co-host Microsoft’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Summit where we hosted 26 leading law enforcement regulators including the Federal Bureau of Investigation CJIS Division, 13 states, and other local officials.
The FBI CJIS Division gives state,