Sharp Security

February 2003
Management Services;Feb2003, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p29
Academic Journal
Sharp has introduced a data security kit which uses 128-bit encryption technology, making retrieval by unauthorized personnel almost impossible from the AR-M350, AR-M450, AR-P350 and AR-P450 range of modular multifunctional and printer products. Sharp has a history of developing security solutions, and has already completed the Common Criteria EAL2 evaluation for the data security kit launched for use with its AR-337, AR-407 and AR-507 copier printers.


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