Last Updated 2019-12-13
- Product Name :
- Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 8500 III Series 2600 model
- Version of TOE :
- Product Type :
- Multifunction Product
- Certification Identification :
- Date :
- Version of Common Criteria:
- 3.1 Release5
- Conformance Claim :
- EAL2 Augmented by ALC_FLR.2
- PP Identifier :
- U.S. Government Approved Protection Profile - U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009)
- Vendor :
- Canon Inc.
- POC :
- Hiroyuki Takahashi
- Division :
- OIP Product Plan Management Division
- Phone :
- E-mail :
- Evaluation Facility :
ECSEC Laboratory Inc.
- CC Certificate Image :
Description of TOE
The TOE is a MFP (Multifunction Product) that offers Copy, Print, Universal Send, Fax, I-Fax, and Mail Box capabilities.
The TOE is capable of implementing the functionality required by the U.S. Government Approved Protection Profile - U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) defined as the Protection Profile for MFP.
TOE security functionality
The TOE embodies the following security functions.
|-||User Authentication Function
Function for identifying and authenticating the user.
|-||Function Use Restriction Function
Function for restricting the use of the MFP depending on the authority of the user.
|-||Job Output Restriction Function
Function for restricting access to print, cancel, and other jobs to the user that executed the job and the administrator.
|-||Forward Received Jobs Function
Function for restricting the machine from forwarding received data directly to the LAN.
|-||HDD Data Erase Function
Function for erasing unnecessary data from the hard disk by overwriting the data.
|-||HDD Data Encryption Function
Function for encrypting all data stored in the HDD.
|-||LAN Data Protection Function
Function for protecting all IP packets that are communicated with an IT device.
Function for testing the integrity of the executable code at startup.
|-||Audit Log Function
Function for generating audit logs on security events, allowing them to be viewed by the administrator and sending them to an external server.
Function for restricting device settings that influence security to be made only by the administrator.