Smartphone-centric law enforcement depends on sensitive data that's subject to CJIS compliance. Samsung Knox makes it simple.
Smartphones are a huge opportunity for law enforcement — but they need to be CJIS-compliant to achieve their true potential.
With secure smartphones, civilian life's ready access to information can be reflected in patrol officers' work environment too.
Mobile CJIS compliance requires multifactor authentication and consultation with local agencies, among other things.
With a CJIS-compliant smartphone program, police officers can access important information and make more informed decisions.
Written by veteran law enforcement professional Dale Stockton, this guide provides an in-depth look at CJIS Security Policy requirements for mobile devices.
Forward-thinking law enforcement practitioners are assessing whether PTT-capable smartphones could augment — and perhaps eventually replace — LMR.
FirstNet Push-to-Talk will provide public safety with essential PTT capabilities and powerful 4G LTE data all on one device.
Here's a complete roadmap for deploying mobile phones to law enforcement officers in the field — from evaluating core mobile applications to figuring out device management, security and CJIS compliance.
Chicago PD recently announced the launch of a pilot effort to use Samsung DeX as an in-vehicle computing solution for officers.