About Kyocera’s Security

Security is a key concern for any organization. Security-conscious organizations have established strict security policies to protect the information assets stored, processed, and transmitted in or across their business user environments. Privacy is another key concern for safeguarding personal information.

Kyocera’s first priority is to provide rigorous protection of customers’ critical business and personal information. For this, Kyocera offers security solutions to defend against sophisticated cyberattacks with our advanced security features such as Digitally-Signed Firmware, Secure Boot, and Run Time Integrity Check (RTIC).

Kyocera always monitors the newest security trends and legal requirements for our customers in their related nations. For example, the significant changes in the European Union’s data privacy regulations that took effect on May 25, 2018, raised our data privacy awareness.

Kyocera is committed to helping meet the security challenges the organizations face in their environments, including federal, state, and local governments; the Department of Defense; enterprises; and healthcare, education, and financial sectors. Kyocera enhances customers’ information security and privacy through products, services, and solutions that are secure, reliable, and comply with international legal requirements and security standards such as GDPR, California IoT Security Law, ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC27017*(Cloud Security), ISO/IEC15408 (Common Criteria), IEEE 2600, DoD 5220.22-M, DoD 5220.22-M ECE, VSITR, FIPS140-2, HIPAA, GLBA, and others.

*Kyocera obtained ISMS Cloud Security certification (the new cloud-centric security certification) ahead of all other MFP and printer manufacturers as of November 17, 2017.