Using advanced Authentication to meet CJIS requirements: Williamson County, Texas case study

Like thousands of other municipalities, Williamson County, Texas needed a plan for complying with new FBI Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) requirements for access to the national crime database. To maintain their law enforcement personnel’s ability to access this key database from unsecure locations such as patrol cars, the Williamson team needed to deploy advanced (two-factor) authentication. 

Attend this webinar to hear from Richard Semple, Williamson’s Public Safety Technology Director, to learn how the County is using Imprivata OneSign’s advanced authentication capabilities to:

  • Meet the FBI CJIS requirement for two-factor authentication 

  • Provide enhanced security and protection for the County’s network, computing resources and data assets 

  • Deploy new modes of authentication to all of the County’s law enforcement personnel and other staff members

  • Incorporate flexibility in authentication polices and deployment to accommodate different, ‘real-world’ staff use cases

  • Gain operational efficiencies such as fewer calls to the IT help desk.

If your municipal government organization is grappling with the CJIS requirements, or could simply use a better information access and security strategy, don’t miss this informative session.