Cabem Technologies has created software to address the needs of law enforcement agencies and other organizations adhering to the FBI's CJIS Security Policy. The product, Cabem CJIS Manager, allows organizations to track mandatory CJIS requirements for vendor employees.
The FBI policy is in place to set standards for protecting, securing, and tracking criminal justice information. After speaking with law enforcement agencies (LEA) and understanding the need to make the process of tracking requirements and meeting the standard easier, Cabem developed the new software in compliance with the latest CJIS Security Policy, CJISD-ITS-DOC-08140-5.8.
This platform benefits organizations by allowing them to:
- Prevent sanctions by systematically addressing the Federal and State CJIS vendor requirements.
- Save time by eliminating the need for manual data entry and spreadsheets.
- Reduce cost for LEAs tracking mandatory CJIS Security Policy vendor requirements.
- Quickly generate reports for any auditing requirements and other requests.
With Cabem CJIS Manager, both law enforcement employees and vendor personnel will have independent access to the system to manage their respective requirements. Administrators can track when a fingerprint has been submitted to the FBI. Law enforcement agencies can set automatic renewal notifications as needed to adhere to the security awareness training standard, and the software is flexible to accommodate varying state to state and law enforcement agency CJIS requirements. The product also can assist physical access personnel, who can quickly look up a vendor employee's on-site compliance and approve or reject facility access.
Cabem CEO Jay Fredkin says of the software, "We are pleased to build a platform to help meet the FBI's CJIS Security Policy while continuing with our tradition of empowering organizations by efficient and effective use of our software solutions."
CJIS Manager was created from Cabem's Competency Manager software product, which is a competency and credentialing management system that allows organizations to create, administer, and track any competencies, credentials, and required training for their individuals.
To learn more, visit cabem.com, call (617) 244-6609, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.