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Toshiba office Printers range receives Keypoint Intelligence Buyers Lab Winter 2019 Pick awards

Toshiba office Printers range receives Keypoint Intelligence Buyers Lab Winter 2019 Pick awards

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Toshiba America Business Solutions has won the Keypoint Intelligence 2019 Buyers Lab Winter Pick Award for its next-generation e-STUDIO™4518A multifunction printer (MFP)

 Toshiba’s latest print solution with the industry’s premier accolade for best Mid-Range Monochrome MFP. Keypoint Intelligence analysts specifically selected the e-STUDIO4518A for its ease of programming, reliability, user-by-user customization, best-in-class scan speeds and overall elite performance.

“Scanning will be a snap, and fast, with the Toshiba e-STUDIO4518A, thanks to simple programming of destinations and scan speeds that are among the fastest in its class,” said Keypoint Intelligence Associate Director of Copiers/Production George Mikolay. “A choice of four menu designs for scan and copy, from two of which the most commonly used settings are quickly found and programmable, and user-by-user customization, also allow users to program jobs quickly and efficiently. And with a perfect reliability performance, fast print speeds, and standard tandem printing to help complete large jobs even faster, the device promises timely delivery of every job, every day.”

Keypoint Intelligence testers additionally presented top grades to Toshiba’s Elevate MFP customization platform, which won for Outstanding MFP Customization Tool. Elevate equips organizations with a completely custom-tailored MFP that supports each user’s unique workflow needs at the touch of a button.

Buyers Lab Picks stand alone in the industry and are hard-earned awards, as they are based on rigorous testing, including an extensive durability assessment and evaluation of key attributes such as usability, image quality, and value. Each product that passes Keypoint Intelligence lab testing earns a Buyers Lab’s Recommended or Highly Recommended seal as well as the analyst company’s Certificate of Reliability, with the best performers qualifying as Pick contenders.

“The Toshiba team is very honored to win Keypoint Intelligence’s prestigious Buyers Lab Pick Award for our latest monochrome e-STUDIO product,” stated Toshiba America Business Solutions Chief Marketing Executive Bill Melo. “Our next-generation MFP is presenting organizations with a superior and affordable solution for handling everyday document management and workflow applications.”

CONNECT, INTEGRATE, SIMPLIFY, AND MORE.

  •  In Control with the Greatest of Ease
    A new tiltable, touch swipe 9" colour panel works like a tablet or smartphone interface so you can find whatever you need by just swiping your finger.
  • Advance e-BRIDGE Technology
    Built on Linux®, this next-generation e-BRIDGE architecture features an Embedded Web Browser, a fast dual-core processor, 4GB RAM and a 320GB Self Encrypting Drive (SED) enabling the MFP to easily drive Toshiba's internally developed solutions or even third-party applications.
  • Double the Scan Speed
    A 300-sheet high-speed, high-capacity Dual-Scan Document Feeder (DSDF) produces up to 120 IPM simplx and 240 IPM duplex. A conventional RADF is available for less scan-intensive businesses. 
  • Special Envelope Cassette
    Keep your envelopes firmly in place for accurate printing from start to finish with a new envelope cassette that holds 50 at a time. 
  • Add What You Need, All at Once
    A 1,200-sheet capacity comes standard, but if you need more, just add 2 optional 550-sheet cassettes or a tandem LCF for 2,000 sheets (A4 only) for a total capacity of 3200 sheets.
  • High Volume, High Toner Yield
    The monthly copy volume reaches 150,000 and an equally impressive toner yield tops out at 43,900 at 5% coverage.
  • Multi-Station Print Solution
    Toshiba's internally developed Multi-Station Print Solution allows users to send print jobs from their desktop and retrieve them at any convenient MFP by simply swiping their badge and authenticating at that device.
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Ricoh Office Solution - How to Protect against unauthorized copying when using the Ricoh Laser Printers in your Business.

Ricoh Office Solution - How to Protect against unauthorized copying when using the Ricoh Laser Printers in your Business.

Ricoh Office Solution - How to Protect against unauthorized copying when using the Ricoh Laser Printers in your Business. 

Copy data security - Ricoh Copiers

Ricoh offers functions to thwart unauthorized copying of hardcopy documents — helping prevent possible information leaks. The copy guard function prints and copies documents with special invisible patterns embedded across the background. If the printed or copied document is photocopied again, the embedded patterns will become visible on the copies. The unauthorized copy control function protects against unauthorized copying in two ways. Masked Type for Copying embeds a masking pattern and message within the original printout. If unauthorized copies are made, the embedded message appears on the copy. This might include the document author’s name or a warning message. Data Security for Copying helps safeguard the information itself. When the Ricoh device detects the masking pattern, the printed data is obscured by a gray box that covers all but a 4mm margin of the masking pattern.

 

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How Control access reduce risks in Ricoh Office Copiers and Printers in the year 2020

How Control access reduce risks in Ricoh Office Copiers and Printers in the year 2020

Control access and reduce risks in the Ricoh Office Copiers. Find the best solutions - Ricoh Copiers Solutions.

Device user authentication by Rioch Laser Copiers and Printers in Canada. 

Authentication features enable authorized users to access a Ricoh multifunction printer, while preventing access for those without proper credentials. Ricoh also gives you the ability to control the level of capabilities granted to each user or group of users. This may include restricting the ability to change machine settings and view address book entries or granting access to particular scanning workflows, document servers and other functions. In addition, the User Lockout function — which triggers if it detects a high frequency of successful or failed login attempts — helps guard against a denial of service attack or brute force password crack. Authentication methods include: • Basic Authentication — Users enter a user name and password, which are registered locally in the multifunction printer’s address book. • User Code Authentication — Users enter a code of up to 8 digits, which is compared to the registered data in the address book. • Windows/LDAP Authentication — Access to Ricoh multifunction printers can be linked with Windows® domain controllers and LDAP servers. • Card Authentication — Instead of entering a user name and password, a user holds a properly registered card over an optional card reader for authentication. 

https://www.ricoh.ca/-/media/Ricoh/Sites/CA/PDFs/Brochures/Ricoh_Security_Overview_EN_CA.pdf

Ricoh Laser Printers Independent security certification

Ricoh Laser Printers Independent security certification

Ricoh Laser Printers and Copiers Independent security certification

IEEE 2600

The IEEE 2600 security standard defines the minimum requirements for security features used by devices that require a high level of document security — establishing a common baseline of security expectations for both MFPs and printers. To ensure that a device demonstrates conformance with the established standard, an independent third-party laboratory tests and provides verification of the manufacturer’s security features. These areas — which have been identified as the most vulnerable for possible data breach — have been validated in many Ricoh devices to the IEEE 2600 standard and can be enabled: • User identification and authentication systems • Data encryption technology available for multifunction printers • Validation of the system’s firmware • Separation of the analog fax line and the copy/print/scan controller • Validation of data encryption algorithms • Data overwrite security operation Ricoh offers a broad line of MFPs and printers that have been certified as conforming to the IEEE 2600 security standard — and our product line is constantly being enhanced to meet our customers’ changing requirements. 

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Encryption protects against data theft - RICOH COPIERS protects against data theft

Encryption protects against data theft - RICOH COPIERS protects against data theft

RICOH COPIERS protects against data theft

Hard drive encryption in Ricoh copiers

Find out about the hard drive inside Rioch Office Printers and Photocopiers 

Even if the hard drive is physically removed from a Ricoh machine, the encrypted data cannot be read. The hard drive encryption function can help protect a multifunction printer’s hard drive against data theft while helping organizations comply with corporate security policies. Encryption includes data stored in a system’s address book — reducing the danger of an organization’s employees, customers or vendors having their information misappropriated and potentially targeted. The following types of data — which are stored in the non-volatile memory or hard disk drive of multifunction printers — can be encrypted: • Address book • User authentication data • Stored documents • Temporarily stored documents • Logs • Network interface settings • Configuration info Ricoh provides hard drive encryption using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) methodology to 256 bits

 

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Learn more about the RICOH Color Laser Multifunction Printer SECURITY GARD and how it may fit your business.

Learn more about the RICOH Color Laser Multifunction Printer SECURITY GARD and how it may fit your business.

Learn more about the RICOH Color Laser Multifunction Printer SECURITY GARD and how it may fit your business.

Security is in our DNA Ricoh devices are designed, manufactured and implemented with security as a core requirement. Security-focused thinking is present from the start in everything from product design to sales. It’s in our DNA — informing both our design philosophy and our commitment to work continuously to support our customers with solutions as threats evolve.

Wondering if your devices are vulnerable? Security threats are no longer limited to personal computers, servers or networks. Printing devices — even basic laser printers — need countermeasures against a diverse range of threats. As multifunction printers have evolved into true information terminals, they have become core IT assets in their own right. The computing capability of what have been traditionally categorized as “Printer/Copiers” has grown, but so too have potential threats — which can include: • Malicious access via networks • The tapping and alteration of information over the network • Information leaks from HDD storage media • Unauthorized access via a device’s operation panel • Improper access through fax telephone lines • Information leaks via hard copy • Security policy breaches due to carelessness Simply hoping you don’t get hit is not the answer. Superior technology, commitment and know-how are essential. Ricoh can help you tackle potential issues caused by vulnerabilities in your devices, the data they process and the networks to which they connect.

Device security - Our device security capabilities can help protect multifunction devices and laser printers from potential threats — including compromising firmware, a device’s hard disk drive, non-volatile memory, open network ports and system of authentication. Ricoh has obtained certification for a wide range of products based on Common Criteria (ISO/IEC 15408). On devices undergoing Common Criteria certification, security functions are tested by independent third-party government-licensed laboratories to ensure security features perform correctly and conform to standards set by both government and industry.

Unsecured firmware can be compromised If a MFP or printer’s built-in software — also known as firmware — is altered or compromised, that device can then be used as a method of intrusion into the corporate network, as a means to damage the device or as a platform for other malicious purposes. Ricoh-designed devices are built using a Ricoh-only Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and are designed to not boot up if the firmware has been compromised. Ricoh’s TPM is a hardware security module that validates the controller core programs, Operating System, BIOS, boot loader and application firmware. Ricoh MFPs and printers use a digital signature to judge firmware validity. The public key used for this verification is stored in an overwrite protected, non-volatile region of the Ricoh Trusted Platform Module (TPM). A root encryption key and cryptographic functions are also contained within the TPM and cannot be altered from the outside. Ricoh uses a Trusted Boot procedure that employs two methods to verify the validity of programs/firmware: 1. Detection of alterations 2. Validation of digital signatures A Ricoh device will not boot up unless its programs/firmware are verified to be authentic and safe for users.

https://www.ricoh.ca/-/media/Ricoh/Sites/CA/PDFs/Brochures/Ricoh_Security_Overview_EN_CA.pdf