Increasing the Security of Documents

The machine is equipped with security functions designed to prevent paper and electronic documents from leakage and tampering. Designate an administrator to implement measures that minimize the risk of unauthorized copying, which can lead to leakage of sensitive documents and information, or the falsification of official documents.
Force Print of Recognition Information
You can configure the machine to always print information such as the name of the logged in user on printed or copied documents. This enables you to identify the user responsible for the output of each document. Printing User Information on Documents
Forced Secure Watermark
You can configure the machine to always embed invisible text such as "CONFIDENTIAL" or "TOP SECRET" in the background of printed or copied documents. The embedded text becomes visible when the documents are copied, alerting users to unauthorized duplication or the risk of information leakage. Embedding Invisible Text (Forced Secure Watermark)
Forced Document Scan Lock
By configuring the machine to forcibly embed a two-dimensional barcode (Document Scan Lock) in output documents, you can restrict them from being copied. You can also use an information analysis tool to track who, when, and which machine was used to embed the two-dimensional barcode. Embedding Information That Restricts Copying (Forced Document Scan Lock)
Digital Signatures
You can increase the reliability of documents created on the machine by adding digital signatures to scanned documents. The digital signature is added using a key and certificate mechanism, which enables you to identify the device and/or user that created the document, while ensuring that the data has not been altered. Adding a Digital Signature to Sent Files