On a daily basis, government employees are handling more of its constituents sensitive data. With networked multifunction printers being deployed on a greater scale in departments and inter-agencies, the demand on securing these devices and complying with regulations, such as Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12), increases. Canon offers a wide range of ways to authenticate at your imageRUNNER ADVANCE system, and many work well with existing directory systems you may already use or card based solutions such as Common Access Card (CAC) or Personal Identity Verification (PIV).
Device-based login offers a simple, effective way to control access to imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices. Users can authenticate with individual or departmental IDs and passwords, or even leverage Single Sign On (SSO-H) to log in with the same passwords used for their PCs.
Advanced Authentication Proximity Cards enable support for an optional card reader on imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices. Advanced Authentication Proximity Card is an embedded (serverless) MEAP application that lets you use existing HID proximity ID cards for device access and use. Administrators can leverage IDs stored locally on the device or Active Directory login via SSO-H.
Canon solutions can leverage card based solutions such as Common Access Card (CAC) or Personal Identity Verification (PIV) technology to restrict users' access to devices. Advanced Authentication Common Access Card (CAC) and Personal Identity Verification (PIV). Is an easy-to-use embedded, secure, two-factor authentication solution to lock and unlock Canon devices. This serverless solution ensures that all device functions are locked down until users insert their government-issued CAC/PIV card into the card reader and enter their PIN. Only those authenticated individuals are granted access to the device. Advanced Authentication CAC/PIV also works with Canon's Access Management System (AMS) to restrict user access to specific functionality on the device, such as scanning and e-mailing.
Canon offers a flexible range of access solutions - including the Access Management System (AMS) - that can support card or password-based security systems. AMS also provides both Function and Device Level Authentication, which can require authentication for security-sensitive functions only. For example, you can allow anyone to access the device but ask agency personnel to authenticate and log in to send or copy agency documents. As a result, you can stay productive and secure knowing that only authorized personnel have access to particular device functions.
Canon offers secure, embedded solutions for government agencies that require CAC and PIV authentication to distribute documents and access other functionality. For example, Authorized Send CAC/PIV can require CAC/PIV authentication prior to sending a document or accessing other scan functionalities. uniFLOW can also prevent anonymous e-mailing by attaching user information to any email sent from an MFP.
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.