Getting Strict about Cloud and VoIP Implementations by Ivan Sindell

For law enforcement organizations, compliance with Criminal Justice Information Systems Security Policy can be a hard constraint.

The latest version of the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Security Policy document puts severe constraints on VoIP and cloud Implementations for organizations that require access to CJIS databases. As reviewed in the document, maintaining compliance can double the price of cloud and VoIP systems for these law enforcement agencies.

The CJIS Security Policy for cloud and VoIP services impacts U.S. public safety organizations -- for example, police departments require vendors who have certified solutions. The policies controlling VoIP and cloud implementations do represent a deep understanding of the associated advantages and risks. That is great, except that these policies also often become hard constraints on deployment options and vendor choices for the organizations that they govern, such as police departments. In this post, I'll provide insight into design drivers, solutions, and vendors around this issue.

 

Ivan Sindell

Ivan Sindell, a technologist, leads GCSRi Corporation, a cloud voice consultant firm. We provide great solutions and careful management of...
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