Office - Security
Océ security policy addresses its customers concerns by ensuring that their documents are secure, when used in both network and stand-alone environments.
More security for better document protection
Digitisation of the document process has brought many blessings, and quite a few security worries too. The threat of theft, network abuse, outside penetration, virus or worm attacks and legal liabilities resulting from security breaches is greater than ever.
Accessibility of documents is key, but so is security. More and more printers have hard disks containing numerous documents that can be accessed via the network. All Océ’s office printing systems are ‘Common Criteria Certified’ or on par with this standard. Testing is executed by independent safety auditors, and are amongst the most secure in the industry. Once documents have been deleted, ‘hacking’ the controller of the printer will be useless. No wonder the White House and the European Commission are among our customers.
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Easy but controlled access
Everyone using your output infrastructure can be indentified by means of an open standards set of rules for control and access. Documents can be sent to the printer with special PIN codes, which are impossible to print or access by anyone else. Scans for email are also sent secured through encrypted PDF.
So it’s not just the right printer for the the right job, but also for ‘your eyes only’. Once documents have been deleted, ‘hacking’ the controller of the printer will be useless
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Secure document storage
Taking care of removable hard disks and automatic deletion of douments (known as e-shredding) can be complicated. But it also depends on the type of documents that are potentially threatened. The security measures have to fit the importance of the document and the needs of your organisation. So we support easy security management levels per device, which are also adjustable.
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Network security is a shared responsibility
Please click on the following link to learn more about Information Technology relevant security issues and the direction that Océ is following to protect its customers’ document processes.
The paper gives an overview of the security policy in place that Océ has used to ensure its systems when used in both network and stand-alone environments address its customer’s security concerns.
Common Criteria for information technology security evaluation is an internationally recognised standard to meet the security testing needs of IT manufacturers and users. It is an alignment and development of a number of source criteria: the existing European, US and Canadian criteria (ITSEC, TCSEC and CTCPEC respectively). Products will be evaluated and certified by competent and independent licensed laboratories. Certificates are recognised by all the signatories of the Common Criteria Recognition Agreement (http://www.commoncriteriaportal.org).