PrinterLogic Solidifies Commitment to Customer Data Security with ISO Certification

PrinterLogic Solidifies Commitment to Customer Data Security with ISO Certification

By Greg Tavarez

When people hear the word “printer,” they often think of printers at home from a decade or so ago that are hooked up to the family computer and are only used to print or scan documents. That, or office printers; not much else.

Well, it is 2023 and many modern printers are basically like computers. Printers have their own operating systems, processors and memory, which enable them to perform advanced functions such as printing, scanning, copying and faxing. Additionally, many printers are now connected to the internet, allowing them to communicate with other devices and services.

That said, printers are also vulnerable to many of the same security threats that affect computers, such as malware, hacking and phishing attacks. As a result, manufacturers are implementing security features and protocols to help protect printers from these threats.

For enterprises, it is vital that they protect their printing fleet. PrinterLogic, a Vasion solution, assists with that by providing IT professionals with a serverless printing infrastructure, thereby eliminating print servers. And, to mark its commitment to constantly improving the data security of current and future customers, PrinterLogic’s SaaS platform received International Organization for Standardization 27001:2013 certification.

PrinterLogic’s serverless printing solution fits into zero trust networks. Its direct IP printing capabilities mean nothing is left vulnerable in the cloud, and the serverless solution ensures end user data is secure on each device. Even if a breach does occur, that data is segmented, and the network remains protected.

“Global customers who use our SaaS solutions consider us an extension of their IT organizations. They expect solutions from companies that understand the threat landscape and actively institute protective measures,” said Corey Ercanbrack, Chief Product Technology officer for Vasion. “As an ISO-certified print management solution, customers can be assured that we follow rigorous standards.”

ISO helps global organizations protect critical data and reduce exposure to breaches that lead to financial loss and reputational damage. PrinterLogic’s push to achieve ISO compliance is due to its desire to help current and future customers better protect their data and satisfy various legal, business and regulatory requirements such as HIPAA, GDPR and NIST CSF.

The certification, awarded by Consilium Labs, provides PrinterLogic with a framework to strengthen its information security systems as business evolves.

Edited by Alex Passett
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