Like all law enforcement agencies, the Suffolk County Police Department needed to provide its field officers – intelligence officers in particular – with quick, seamless access to its central database through a VPN connection. For such officers, the ability to quickly obtain information on a suspect or developing situation can be the difference between a successful arrest and a failed one, or even between life and death. Therein lay the problem: in order to comply with strict IT security regulations, any device that connects to a police database must use two-factor authentication; a username and password simply aren’t enough.
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