Safeguarding client information is a key concern for legal professionals, but many law firms may be overlooking a significant potential threat - unlawful use of their MFPs. Today's multifunction devices often have storage and communication capabilities that rival those of desktop computers and could become a source for leaks and other security breaches. Canon offers a range of solutions that address these vulnerabilities.
Canon offers a flexible range of authentication solutions - that can support leading card or password-based security servers and protocols, including Active Directory & LDAP. You can easily integrate your imageRUNNER ADVANCE device with your existing security capabilities or create a new one based on your own requirements.
Concerned that pleadings containing highly confidential information may be printed out and left where unauthorized staff can find them and leak key details of a case? Canon Secure Print and uniFLOW Secured Print reduce this vulnerability by requiring users to authenticate at a device before releasing a file to print. Also, a variety of fax forwarding tools enable you to route faxes automatically to e-mail addresses, desktop locations, and even password protected Advanced Box folders - ensuring that the confidential information they contain remains secure
MFPs can often retain image data of scanned or printed documents on their hard drives. Canon offers a variety to solutions to ensure that this information never falls into the wrong hands. The HDD Format feature enables imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices to overwrite everything stored on the hard disk with null data. With the HDD Data Erase Kit you can set your imageRUNNER ADVANCE device to 3x 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.