Ed- Cougar Gold is the only canned cheese I know about.
It is packed that way so it can be shipped anywhere, and will keep if refrigerated for several years. The cheese and the canning method both originated in the Food Dept. of Washington State University.
It is an expensive cheese, carefully made and aged, with superb rich sharp flavor. No coloring or additives.
Edam cheese in wheels and balls, finished off in their characteristic red waxy coating, is comparable, the wax performing much the same function, but the cheese hardens over time. The wax keeps it without spoiling for a long time, performing the same function as the can. Edam was and is a world-wide favorite because of these keeping qualities.
There are other fine cheeses with preservative coatings. Some, like the excellent French Roquefort, are wrapped in foil. I don't know about foils keeping qualities. Also used on some better Swiss cheese.