Canon imageFORMULA ScanFront400 CAC/PIV
The Canon imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV networked document scanner from RYAN is a highly secure, full-featured, compact device for easily capturing, converting, and distributing documents.
This scanner is designed to help improve the security of information being shared across federal networks while maintaining information quality, increasing manageability, and helping to lower costs.
Common Access Cards (CACs), issued by the Department of Defense (DoD), and other Personal Identification Verification (PIV)-compliant cards are components of the federal government’s initiative to control access to its facilities and information systems.
The ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner is designed to recognize these cards in order to comply with federal government assurance policies and mandates for sending digital data. The need for secure network scanning can be found in government entities beyond the DoD, such as the Departments of Veterans Affairs, Homeland Security, Justice, Energy, and the Treasury as well as the Environmental Protection Agency, and more. No matter the environment, secure scanning is necessary to increase efficiency, reduce fraud, and protect privacy.
HIGHLY SECURE DOCUMENT SCANNING
The ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner employs user authentication by interfacing with card readers for CAC/PIV card scanning and requiring password entry for physical device access. Document data can be encrypted and sent in secure e-mails and digital signatures (with non-repudiation) for further security. Administrators can also impose additional security by configuring their own CAC/ PIV card-specific options, controlling e-mails and security features and managing trusted certificates. Containing no local hard drive, the ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner does not pose any threat by storing information. The built-in Kensington lock slot serves as a theft deterrent when compatible locks are secured.