This seminar is a "must attend" for senior IT security personnel in the criminal justice arena.
(PRWEB) February 07, 2012
CJIS GROUP LLC, the leading provider of market intelligence in the criminal justice and public safety IT arena, is pleased to announce a half day seminar that will enable vendors and criminal justice executives to:
- fully understand the mandate,
- hear from FBI security personnel regarding the requirements,
- learn how these requirements are being implemented in state and local governments today and,
- understand the policy’s impact on how you market your products and services to these agencies.
The seminar will be led by Mr. PJ Doyle, founder and President of CJIS GROUP LLC. Mr. Doyle is the former head of the FBI CJIS Advisory Policy Board and former head of CJIS for Florida Law Enforcement.
Key speakers will include:
- Mr. Tom Bush, Retired FBI Assistant Director of the CJIS Division. He will provide background on the history and need for this policy; and
- Mr. George A. White, FBI CJIS Information Security Officer. He will provide an overview of the policy and the technical security requirements mandated by the policy.
- A panel of state CJIS practitioners will discuss their experiences in achieving the various mandates and provide insight into overcoming potential obstacles to achieve the Policy mandates.
This Seminar will be held from 9 AM until 1 PM on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at the CIT Complex in Herndon, VA. Price for CJIS Subscribers is $95 and $195 for non subscribers. Please contact Client Account Manager, Allison(at)cjisgroup(dot)com or Jessica(at)cjisgroup(dot)com, if you would like to attend this important session.
CJIS GROUP is the leading provider of pre-RFP market intelligence regarding IT procurements in the criminal justice and public safety market in the US. Many of the largest IT vendors, as well as specialized vendors, use CJIS’s web-based market intelligence to plan their sales activities to police, fire, emergency services, courts and corrections agencies across the US.