CJIS Advanced Authentication Mandate *Effective September 30, 2013*

“Authentication” refers to the process of verifying users’ identities when requesting access to Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) systems. One-Factor Authentication is when a user logs in with only a user name and password. Two-Factor or Advanced Authentication requires an additional separate factor in order to complete the log-in process. This one time pin, or second factor is usually obtained via a phone app, text, hard token or grid card, and it changes every time the user logs in.

DCI has over 100 years of combined experience with CJIS and staying up to date with FBI security standards, and we developed a product specifically for law enforcement agencies to meet this mandate. eAgentX2 from Diverse Computing gets you compliant with the CJIS security mandate and ensures maximum security through advanced authentication. As always DCI offers live 24/7/365 support for all of our products, and our Advanced Authentication solution integrates with all of our other products, whether you are new to DCI or a returning customer check out how we continue to set the standard for security and reliability at diversecomputing.com

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