TITLE

Net Curtain

PUB. DATE
September 2003
SOURCE
Management Services;Sep2003, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Keeping network users away from unauthorized use of networked printers and copiers is as important as giving authorized users instant availability. Sharp has introduced a new secure network interface card to control unauthorized access. The Secure NIC can be put onto most multifunctional devices before they are added to the network. Importantly, all Internet Protocol addresses are concealed to ensure users have access only to the devices they are supposed to be using. The NIC can also be used in conjunction with the Sharp data security kit. That uses 128bit encryption to store data on a printer's hard disk before printing. If unprotected, the hard disk could be removed and be used to gain access to sensitive data by passing on industrial intelligence to undeserving competitors.
ACCESSION #
10948203

 

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