Learn the Fundamentals to Get MFA Ready

Safeguarding sensitive information is a challenge that cuts across industries, but the stakes are especially high for law enforcement officials and agencies. The unauthorized access of data stored in incident reports and digital evidence can undermine criminal investigations, threaten reputations and put lives at risk. 

That’s why the FBI recently introduced more stringent requirements for authenticating users across different platforms and devices. Starting October 1, 2024, organizations that store and access criminal justice information (CJI) must implement multi-factor authentication (MFA) across all systems and applications. The goal: to prevent data breaches and make sure that information can only be accessed by individuals who are authorized to view it.

To read more please see the white paper attached.

This White Paper is credited to HID Global