With the Security Policy for the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) being enacted, two-factor authentication (2FA) is a top priority for law enforcement and criminal justice agencies across the US. Once PortalGuard is deployed within your agency, you will be able to fulfill the policies in place for IT security.
Some of the principle policies set forth for CJIS deal specifically with user ID's, remote system access, password compliance, auditing, reporting, and two-factor authorization. PortalGuard provides the following solutions in answer to these policies:
PortalGuard offers both the traditional OTP method of verification (i.e. SMS, hardware, voice, etc.), and uses PassiveKey, a 2FA approach that focuses primarily on usability without compromising security. PortalGuard's 2FA also monitors the who, what, where, and when of each login for accountability and protection of the information being accessed. PortalGuard's 2FA can address the security issues that are facing the CJIS applications.
Within PortalGuard's 2FA, Single Sign-On (SSO) and PortalGuard's PassiveKey can be configured to give each user an integrated, user-friendly, interface, eliminating the need to remember multiple passwords, therefore, strengthening login security and reducing help desk calls.
PortalGuard helps you meet the 2FA, password, and accountability security requirements quickly and creates an interface that is user-friendly without compromising security. For a more detailed description of how PortalGuard's solution fulfills each policy, click here.