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Lexmark Multilayered Security

As the interconnected nature of the hardcopy and digital environment continues to expand, you need effective strategies and strong solutions for managing risk and regulatory compliance. Look to Lexmark for strong, multilayered security features and built-in capabilities to help you better manage and protect your devices, your documents, your information, and your network infrastructure.

Secure Remote Management

Having remote visibility and control lets you manage your output fleet more effectively. Lexmark printers and MFPs include a host of features that make remote device management easy and more secure.

Features Include:

Audit Logging, Digitally Signed Firmware Updates, Certificate Management, HTTPS, SNMPv3, IPv6, Secure Password Reset, Backup Password

Secure Network Interfaces

Hardening a networked device is the process of securing the device’s network interfaces, eliminating unneeded or unused features and functions, and securing data hosted by the device. Lexmark printers and MFPs include a variety of hardening mechanisms, including:

TCP Connection Filtering, Port Filtering, 802.1x Port Authentication, IPSec, Secure SNTP, Fax/Network Separation.

Secure Access

Network scan and print data are overlooked areas when it comes to network security. Lexmark printers include standard features to increase your protections around sensitive information and granting access to users.

Features Include:

Protected USB Ports, LDAP Address Book Lookup, Authenication and Authorisation, Auto-Insertion of Sender’s Email Address, Building Block, Security Templates, Secure LDAP, Access Controls, Login Restrictions, Operator Panel Lock, Confidential Print, PrintCryption Card, Incoming Fax Holding.

Common Criteria Certification

Various Lexmark multifunction products (MFPs) have achieved validation through the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation, an international standard (ISO/IEC 15408) for computer-security certification.