WE DO NOT ACCESS YOUR VIDEOS.
YOUR DATA IS YOUR DATA
TRULEO FOLLOWS CJIS COMPLIANT DATA TRANSFER PROCESS
WHAT IS CJIS COMPLIANCE
The CJIS Security Policy provides Criminal Justice Agencies (CJA) and Noncriminal Justice Agencies (NJCA) with a minimum set of security requirements for access to FBI CJIS systems and information for the protection and safeguarding of Criminal Justice Information (CJI). This includes biometric, identity history, person, organization, property and case/incident history data. The FBI has advised that CJAs and NCJAs are ultimately responsible for ensuring compliance, even when they engage with a third-party vendor to provide software or services relating to the agency's CJI.
DOES TRULEO USE CJI DATA?
Truleo only analyzes the audio portion of body-worn camera video, which is extracted during the streaming upload process.
NOTE: Audio data is not directly regarded as CJI and itself, does not require CJIS compliance.
WHO ENFORCES CJIS COMPLIANCE?
CJIS compliance is an assertion software vendors make by adhering to communicated policies. There's no central body that certifies software as CJIS compliant, and thus there is no official CJIS certification.
DATA FLOW & SECURITY
HOW DOES TRULEO ENSURE CJIS COMPLIANCE
Truleo deploys all of its software within the AWS GovCloud. AWS provides hardware solutions and dedicated regions that support CJIS compliant requirements.
Truleo adheres by a strict set of IT policies to ensure CJIS compliance. You can read our full set of AWS-certified policies in our IT policy documentation.
Truleo utilizes FIPS 140-2-compliant TLS for encrypting data during transit and AWS FIPS 197 AES 256 symmetric encryption for encrypting data at rest.