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Feature Notice: 2600.1 Security Kits Update

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We greatly appreciate your patronage of Canon products. We would like to advise you that the InformationTechnology Promotion Agency, Japan (“IPA”) (a security certification organization in Japan) has approved the following imageRUNNER ADVANCE models with IEEE 2600.1 Security Kits:

  • Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5000 Series 2600.1 model 1.3 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-A1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)
  • Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4000 Series 2600.1 model 1.3 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-B1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)
  •  Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5200 Series 2600.1 model 1.3 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-C1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)
  •  Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 500/400 Series 2600.1 model 1.3 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-H1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)

Each of the foregoing models with security kits was certified under IEEE 2600.1 as IT secure by the Japan Information Technology Security Evaluation & Certification Scheme (“JISEC”).

The above models replace the following security kits that were “suspended” as of May 7, 2014, and have since been “revoked”:

  •     Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5000 Series 2600.1 model 1.0 /1.1 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-A1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)
  • Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4000 Series 2600.1 model 1.0 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-B1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)
  • Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5200 Series 2600.1 model 1.0 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-C1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)
  •  Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 500/400 Series 2600.1 model 1.0 (main unit configured with the Canon iRADV Security Kit-H1 for IEEE 2600.1 Common Criteria Certification Set)

Since the affected security kits were first made available, only a small number had been purchased and installed at customer sites. Canon USA’s Engineering Services and Solutions Division contacted the servicing dealers for each of these installations, and each customer site has been individually addressed by securing the devices with a service mode password. Each of these dealers and customers will once again be contacted to replace the affected security kits with the newly approved version.

Please refer to following URL for more detail about JISEC: http://www.ipa.go.jp/security/jisec/jisec_e/index.html

 


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