Pioneering compliance security in new ID card printer from Magicard

Product News
Written By John Fieldsend
Magicard 600 Pioneering compliance

Today marks the release of the Magicard 600, the most detailed and secure addition to our direct-to-card printer family.

Digital shreddingTM

Developed in response to GDPR and the worldwide growing demand for regulation around personal information, the Magicard 600 is not a repository for data like other ID card printing devices. Once information has been used for the print job, it is fragmented, rendering it irrecoverable.

Threat benchmarked

Further to this, the printer receives push updates from scans against the National Vulnerabilities Database using Nessus Pro technology, ensuring that the software and associated system configuration conform to the highest levels of security.

Security built-in

These security features are in addition to the anti-fraud technology available to all Magicard printers, HoloKote which allows for the application of a watermark to every ID card. The Magicard 600 can receive up to 10 anti-fraud Custom HoloKotes® direct to the printer via Magicard’s web tool to reflect an organisation’s logo, or another unique security design.

WiFi connectivity

The Magicard 600 comes with Wi-Fi connectivity as standard via supplied dongle, – IEEE 802.11b/g/n compliant with connection of speeds up to 300Mbps, supporting WPA and WPA2 encrypted connection (host dependent).

An eye for detail

The Magicard 600 is capable of printing at 600 x 300 dpi (resin), allowing companies to include small point text on their ID cards -and make it legible. With a wide colour spectrum available to choose from, printing is vibrant and colour-rich, allowing for a true representation of the subject – essential for photographs on ID cards and more accurate depiction of corporate logos and other images.

The Magicard 600 is available in North America, Europe, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand via selected Magicard partners. Contact your local dealer for availability in your country. More information can be found here.