<Security Settings>

All the settings related to the authentication function and encryption are listed with descriptions. Default Settings are marked with a dagger ().

<Authentication/Password Settings>

You can reinforce the security of the authentication function.
<Authentication Function Settings>
Configure the security functions for user authentication.
When a user has failed user authentication, specify whether to disable the user from temporarily logging in to the machine (lockout). When <On> is selected, specify how many consecutive times failures are permitted before lockout is activated and also the time required before a user can log in again after lockout.
<Enable Lockout>
<Lockout Threshold>
1 to 10 (time(s))
<Lockout Period>
1 to 60 (min.)
This option is not applied to login using the department ID.

<Encryption Settings>

Configure a setting for disabling a weak encryption or the key and certification using a weak encryption.
<Prohibit Use of Weak Encrypt.>
<Prohibit Weak Encryp. Key/Cert.>

<Verify System at Startup>

When the machine starts or when an application (in Application Library) is executed, verification is performed to determine that the system or application has not been tampered. If tampering is detected, the machine enters a state to wait for firmware update. In this case, perform a firmware update operation from a computer. Updating the Firmware
If nothing is displayed even after a while, system recovery may be impossible. In this case, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
If an application installed after shipping of the machine from the factory has been tampered, it needs to be reinstalled on the machine.