We share a priority – security of your business. These alarming stats show why:
In 2016, data breaches increased 40% over 2015. (Identity Theft Resource Centre)
62% of IT security professionals are not confident they can protect printer data. (Ponemon Institute)
60% believe a data breach involving a network printer has happened at their organisation. (Ponemon Institute)
Smarter printers introduce new security challenges, and that’s why a holistic, 4-point approach to security is built in to the development of Xerox® ConnectKey® technology-powered VersaLink® and AltaLink® workplace assistants. This raises the protection for all system components and points of vulnerability.
Point 1. Intrusion Prevention
Stopping misuse or unauthorised access to the printer with a comprehensive set of safeguards preventing malicious attacks or proliferation of malware.
All access points are protected through user authentication and access controls, whether from transmitted data or directly at the MFP.
Point 2. Device Detection
Alerts if any harmful changes have been detected with a comprehensive firmware verification test, either at start-up* or upon request.
McAfee® Whitelisting** technology constantly monitors for and automatically prevents any malicious malware from running.
Point 3. Document and Data Protection
Prevention of intentional or unintentional release of critical data to unauthorised parties. Files are not freed until the right user is at the device.
The highest levels of encryption to protect stored information. Processed or stored data is deleted using vigorous data clearing and sanitisation algorithms†.
Point 4. External Partnerships
Xerox® ConnectKey® technology provides extra security standards through an enduring partnership with McAfee®**.
Xerox is trusted in the most secure environments thanks to collaboration and certifications to the highest international standards, including Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2.
Don’t just take our word for it. Xerox® VersaLink® and AltaLink® printers and MFPs keep on picking up awards. Find out more ›
*VersaLink devices **AltaLink and iSeries
†Can be removed with algorithms from National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and U.S. Department of Defense