What is Advanced Authentication?
Advanced or Two-factor Authentication is required when accessing CJIS data systems remotely.
(188.8.131.52) – Required for authentication Outside “Physically Secure Area”
“…The intent of Advanced Authentication is to meet the standards of two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication employs the use of two of the following three factors of authentication: something you know (e.g. password), something you have (e.g. hard token), something you are (e.g. biometric). The two authentication factors shall be unique (i.e. password/token or biometric/password but not password/password or token/token)…” – CJIS Security Policy 184.108.40.206.1
Within the JusticeConnect App an Advanced Authentication Module uses a token based authentication mechanism using a user specific BINGO CARD/ PAPER TOKEN value to provide the secondary level of security to keep the application and data secure for remote user access.
JusticeConnect also performs CJIS Password Policy Enforcement