Strong encryption is a critical part of maintaining CJIS compliance for communications between agencies, administrators, and field personnel. By using data-centric encryption, law enforcement professionals can ensure that emails and files are protected before they're shared.
Virtru integrates with the email services that agencies already use every day, like G Suite, Gmail, and Outlook, providing a means of encrypting CJI data before it is stored by any cloud provider. Encryption keys stay resident in the United States and in the control of cleared US citizens.
Encrypt sensitive data within your existing email composition window
Disable forwarding, set expiration times, and watermark PDFs
Automatically identify and encrypt CJI, or simply warn users.
Watermark PDFs with the recipient’s email address and monitor who shares your sensitive documents.
A seamless dashboard experience let’s you track message flow, disable forwarding, and revoke messages for everyone in your agency.
With Virtru Pro, organizations can send CJI data via email, revoke sent messages, restrict forwarding, and expire access to emails and files. Confidential information sent to colleagues, other agencies, and jurisdictions remains private, audit-ready, and protected.
One of the most important requirements is the use of encryption prior to storage with a cloud provider, using a minimum of 128-bit encryption. Virtru is built on the Trusted Data Format (TDF) using 256-bit AES, client-side encryption to provide a confidentiality layer that allows your data to be stored on any third party system in a CJIS compliant manner.
Virtru Pro also enables compliance with the CJIS Smartphone Policy by requiring authentication of the Virtru App in order to send and receive secure messages and attachments.