Canon launches imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV for more secure scanning in public sector

a href=””>Canon today announced the release of the imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 Common Access Card/Personal Identity Verification (CAC/PIV) networked document scanner, a highly secure compact device to easily capture, convert and distribute sensitive documents. The imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner allows for use of Common Access Cards (CACs), typically issued by the United States Department of Defense, and Personal Identification Verification (PIV) cards through a special card reader to manage access to the device, as well as required password entry for physical usage.

The Canon imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner allows for the document data encryption to be sent via e-mail as well as the ability to apply digital signatures with non-repudiation for further security. With the imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner, users will experience scan speeds up to 45 ppm for simplex and up to 90 ipm for duplex. The device also allows for a more streamlined workflow through the ability to pre-program repetitive tasks and the ability to send information simultaneously to a variety of locations, including e-mail, shared folders and FTP servers.
Featuring a larger color LCD screen, the imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner allows for a clear preview of the scanned documents to help ensure that the image was captured correctly. The device contains three USB ports to allow users to connect the necessary CAC/PIV-compliant card reader. The USB ports also provide users with the ability to connect additional USB peripherals such as keyboard and mouse. The ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV scanner features a built-in Kensington lock slot to help protect the device itself. The Canon imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV is now available to customers and through Canon authorized dealers.

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