Lexmark, a global imaging solutions leader, today announced it has achieved the ISO 20243 standard, becoming the only printer manufacturer across Australia, New Zealand and the world, to gain this supply chain security certification.
The ISO 20243 standard is a set of requirements and recommendations for mitigating maliciously tainted and counterfeit hardware and software products. The standard covers supply chain security from product development to manufacturing and distribution. This certification is testament to Lexmark’s unmatched commitment to developing both the most hardened print software in the industry and the most secure and durable hardware.
“For our customers across Australia and New Zealand, security of commercial off-the-shelf goods is a growing concern among customers, and we’re proud to have taken steps to ease that concern through supply chain security certification — and to be the first and only printer company to achieve it,” said Stephen Bell, Lexmark Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand.
“This certification truly demonstrates Lexmark’s deep-rooted commitment to ensuring our products are authentic and exactly as we designed them, further validating that we care deeply about providing a high quality, secure product to customers around Australia and New Zealand,” Mr Bell added.
• View Lexmark’s ISO 20243 certification.
• Learn more about Lexmark’s industry-leading Secure by Design document and device security.
• Download an excerpt of the IDC Worldwide Security Solutions and Services Hardcopy 2019-20 Vendor Assessment MarketScape, which names Lexmark an industry leader.
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