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DSM to Deploy CJIS Compliant Cloud Solutions!

By Cloud Computing Outlook | Wednesday, July 17, 2019

DSM will be the only CJIS compliant cloud provider offering both public CJIS and private CJIS cloud solutions in partnership with Microsoft Azure.

FREMONT, CA: DSM is preparing to deploy its cloud solutions by connecting its private cloud with Microsoft Azure. The integration will enable DSM and Azure to deliver a comprehensive suite of disaster recovery cloud services in private and public cloud environments. The solutions will not only benefit privately run fortune 500 companies but government organizations and law enforcement agencies as well.

DSM delivers comprehensive security solutions to customers across the nation, including private, public, hybrid, and virtual cloud solutions. The edge cloud solutions provider is popular for its simplified edge cloud bundles, which can integrate private, public, DPaaS, and DRaaS services through its easy-to-procure cloud offerings. DSM has collaborated with Azure, VMware, Zerto, Veeam, and Commvault, enabling it to achieve maximum flexibility and reliability.

The solutions offered by DSM are designed to accommodate the regulations of the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). CJIS gives state, local, and federal law enforcement and criminal justice agencies across the US access to criminal justice information, including fingerprint records and criminal histories.

Law enforcement and other government agencies are required to employ CJIS Security Policy compliant cloud services to store, transmit, and process criminal justice information. The offering by DSM has provided agencies with a practical option which complies with the minimum security requirements of CJIS.

DSM showcased its latest product at the CJIS Annual Training Symposium, giving an opportunity for relevant professionals to learn, network, and discuss regarding technology in the criminal justice and law enforcement sector. The training symposium also highlighted the importance of data protection and disaster recovery in organizations.

The discussions at the symposium included topics such as audits, CJIS user agreement overviews, social media use in law enforcement, LOGAN, and human trafficking. DSM emphasized its dedication to provide its customers with the best cloud solutions, especially those with CJIS requirements. The symposium had over 1,000 attendees from the criminal justice and law enforcement communities of Florida, as well as representatives from the FBI.