Risks of Unsecured Copiers
- Stolen information
- Loss of access
- Unauthorized use of equipment and network resrouces
Sharp Security Features
- Hard Drive Overwrite
- Data Encryption
- Secure Networking protocols
- IP / Mac Address filtering
- Access Control- User and Group Accounts
- Up to 7-Times Data Overwrite
- 256-Bit AES Data Encryption
Security is important to any person who wants their data to remain confidential. Sharp is a leader in addressing security in digital imaging and received the first Common Criteria Validation for an MFP in 2001.
Sharp today still remains a highly rated company and is regarded as one of the industry's greatest security innovators. Businesses and Government agencies worldwide have come to depend on this level of assurance, which Sharp pioneered and for which it continues to set the benchmark.
Today's copiers are advanced servers on your network that can create significant risks to you and your business. Printed, copied, and scanned documents are stored on the copier hard drive and may be accessed by others through simple techniques.
Learn about the risks and what you can do to protect confidential data with Sharp award winning products.
Who Uses Sharp Data Security
Healthcare: Doctors, hospitals, insurance companies, nursing facilities and other care providers who must protect patient information. Sharp helps these companies comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability ACT (HIPAA).
Financial: Banks, brokerage houses, financial institutions, and investment organizations are guided by the Gramm-Leach-Bailey (GLB) and Sarbanes-Oxley Acts to protect confidential records, transactions, and customer information.
Government: Federal agencies, government offices, and defense department entities have strict data security mandates outlined in standards, specifications and directives. Among the most stringent, and applicable to MFP's and printers are ISO 15408 Common Criteria (CC) Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) and Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HPSD-12).