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IJIS JusticeGuardian Series – Identify Core Function

The Identify function is essential for establishing an effective cybersecurity program. Without a clear understanding of what needs to be protected and why, organizations cannot …

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Analysis of the Law Enforcement Digital Evidence Imagery Lifecycle

Digital media technologies and adoption are proceeding at a breakneck pace, creating both challenges and opportunities for law enforcement, prosecutors, and the courts. The IJIS …

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IJIS JusticeGuardian Series – Govern Core Function

Much like a standard risk management exercise, Govern ensures that the agency’s internal and external people, processes, and technologies are understood within the context of …

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IJIS JusticeGuardian Series – What is a Framework?

A cyber security framework is a set of documents describing actions, guidelines, standards, and best practices to improve cyber security risk management. Implementing a cyber security framework allows an agency to follow a structured approach developed by teams of international experts. Check out this document to learn more about how to best select a framework for your agency.

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CJIS Security Policy Working Group Media Protection

The CJIS Security Policy serves as a critical resource for criminal justice agencies by offering guidelines
and best practices to protect the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of Criminal Justice
Information (CJI).

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CJIS Security Policy Working Group Unsupported System Components

The CJIS Security Policy serves as a critical resource for criminal justice agencies by offering guidelines
and best practices to protect the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of Criminal Justice
Information (CJI). It provides rigorous security requirements, policies, and controls that must be
implemented to maintain the trust and reliability of those maintaining and accessing this information.
The CJIS Security Policy incorporates executive orders, federal laws, FBI directives, the criminal justice
community’s Advisory Policy Board (APB) recommendations, and nationally recognized guidance
from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

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CJIS Security Policy Working Group Identification and Authentication

In support of and collaboration with the FBI’s CJIS Division, the IJIS Institute constituted this Working
Group to help address the complexity of the most recent updates to the CJIS Security Policy. Through
collaboration of subject matter experts from public sector agencies, industry service providers, and
supporting nonprofit organizations, these publications aim to provide template guidelines assisting
agencies update their policies, procedures, and ultimately overall security measures. This publication
specifically focuses on changes to the Awareness and Training sections of CJIS Security Policy version
5.9.2.

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Cyber Hygiene White Paper

Cyber hygiene refers to the steps to improve the online security of a system and maintain system
health. Implementing cyber hygiene is to adopt a security-focused mindset and develop
safeguards, processes, and procedures to protect systems from cybersecurity threats.

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CJIS Security Policy Working Group – Training and Awareness Companion Document

In support of collaboration with the FBI’s CJIS Division, the IJIS Institute constituted this Working Group to help address the complexity of the most recent …

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