CJIS Security Policy Compliance

EventSentry provides in-depth guidance and built-in reporting for CJIS Security Policy compliance.

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The EventSentry Web Reports offer a powerful, yet easy to use web interface to review changes on your network.

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Key security events in CJIS

Built-in Reports

EventSentry provides comprehensive out-of-the-box reports to help you meet your NIST 800-171 requirements. Analyze and confirm file access, account changes, and policy changes.

Built-in Reports

CJIS Security Policy

  • A limit of 5 unsuccessful login attempts by a user accessing CJIS
  • Event logging various login activities, including password changes
  • Weekly audit reviews
  • Active account management moderation
  • Session lock after 30 minutes of inactivity
  • Access restriction based on physical location, job assignment, time of day, and network address

Compliance Tracking Features

Compliance tracking intercepts and normalizes security-related events from the Windows event log, and consolidates them in the EventSentry database. This includes Active Directory Change Reporting (e.g. Account Management Tracking) as well as tracking of user activity (e.g. Logon Tracking). In full, compliance tracking includes the following features: