Today, MFPs can have capabilities rivaling those of desktop computers, making it necessary to protect them for compliance with security regulations. While you may already have systems in place to guard your databases and other systems, your devices may be leaving confidential customer information - such as client names, birth dates, credit card accounts, and social security numbers - vulnerable.
Canon security solutions work to close these kinds of loopholes with a variety of technologies to help ensure that private documents and information printed, scanned, or stored on your imageRUNNER ADVANCE system remains confidential.
Does your organization need to pay close attention to the details of SEC regulation and Sarbanes-Oxley? Do your tellers and other front office employees need to assemble and send Cash Transaction Reports, Suspicious Activity Reports and other compliance-related documents? Now you can take advantage of one touch Workflow Composer buttons to scan transaction records, add cover pages, send them to compliance officers, and store them for easy retrieval in your backend systems.
Canon offers a flexible range of access solutions that can accommodate many existing card or password-protected systems. You can easily add your imageRUNNER ADVANCE system to your existing security solution or create a new one based on your own requirements.
Whether it's a credit score or a client statement, financial institutions often must print out documents that contain private information. Concerned that a printout containing grades or other confidential information may fall into the wrong hands? Canon Secured Print and uniFLOW Secure Printing require that users authenticate at a device before a sensitive file is released for print.
A variety of fax forwarding tools also allow you to send faxes automatically to e-mail addresses, desktop locations, and even password protected Advanced Box folders. As a result, chances become extremely remote that printouts, incoming faxes, and other important documents will ever end up lying vulnerable in a print tray.
Concerned that an unauthorized employee may use your MFP to e-mail or fax confidential information outside your office? You can easily restrict the ability of individuals to access these features on your devices.
Today's multifunction devices feature hard drives that often store confidential data. When retiring or removing a device, you can use the HDD Format feature to completely overwrite any information left on the drive. With the HDD Data Erase Kit you can also set your imageRUNNER ADVANCE device to overwrite its hard disk as part of routine job processing. And the HDD Data Encryption Kit uses AES 256-bit encryption to protect all data stored on the internal disk drive.
Canon U.S.A. does not provide legal or regulatory advice concerning customers' compliance with specific laws including, without limitation, Sarbanes Oxley, HIPAA, GLBA, Check 21, USA Patriot Act or federal and state privacy laws. Customers should always consult with qualified counsel to determine if they are in compliance with all applicable laws.