A secure printer?

Six multifunction printers from Stamford, Conn.-based Xerox Corp. received Common Criteria certification from the National Information Assurance Partnership, a joint project between the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the National Security Agency.

Although most people think of networking gear and security products when they think of Common Criteria certification, analysts said document security is also a major challenge for IT organizations. Xerox's WorkCentre M35, M45, and M55 copier-printers and its WorkCentre Pro 35, 45 and 55 multifunction systems received certification.


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