Section 8 — Conclusion
Since initially introduced, the highly successful Canon imageRUNNER series of devices have rapidly
grown in both the breadth and depth of features and functions. With each release, these devices have
become increasingly integrated within the IT and network infrastructure. As with any networked device,
imaging and printing devices must be included within the broader context of the company's overall security
strategy to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information.
To meet the need for a comprehensive and customizable security solution for any environment, Canon
imageRUNNER ADVANCE systems offer a robust set of standard features and optional components.
When properly deployed, the devices can be effectively protected against vulnerabilities from either
malicious or unintentional use. Combined with advanced monitoring and management tools for auditing
and centralized administration, the systems can meet the demand for increased productivity and strong
As corporate privacy goals and regulation guidelines have become stricter, it is important to assess the level
of security that all deployed imaging and printing devices provide. After careful review, existing devices
may need to be either upgraded or replaced based on each unique environment.
Canon is committed to the security of mission critical information, and is continually developing new
technologies to provide a total and reliable solution. For more information, please visit
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