HP Security claims for business printing and PC's

This website provides documentation supporting security claims for HP products and services.

For The Wolf films:

  • "61% of organisations reported at least a single print-related data breach in the past year" claim is based on global market research from Quocirca on the state of Managed Print Services Landscape across the UK, France, Germany, and the US markets. For more details, please review "Managed Print Services Landscape, 2016", Quocirca, http://quocirca.com/content/managed-print-services-landscape-2016, July 2016
  • "Less than 2% of printers are secure" message based on HP internal global market sizing data divided by HP shipments as of December 2016 of Enterprise-class printers and MFP’s priced USD $599 and above that uniquely include (or could be upgraded) with a combination of security features for integrity checking down to the BIOS with self-healing capabilities. For more information about HP’s unique printing security, select a link on the right.
  • "HP's most secure printing" claim is based on HP global review of 2016 published security features of competitive in-class printers. Recognising that only HP offers a combination of security features that can monitor to detect and automatically stop an attack then self-validate software integrity in a reboot. We encourage customers to review the security capabilities of printing systems before making any purchase decision.
  • "HP's most secure PCs" claim is based on HP’s unique and comprehensive security capabilities at no additional cost among vendors with >1M unit annual sales as of November 2016 on HP Elite PCs with 7th Gen Intel® Core® Processors, Intel® integrated graphics, and Intel® WLAN. We encourage customers to review the security capabilities of PCs before making any purchase decision.
  • "Last year, over 4 billion data records were exposed worldwide” stat based on The 2016 Year End Data Breach QuickView report by RiskBased Security, January 2017.

Refer to the pdf files on the right side of this page for the summary of claims and substantiation.

To learn more about secure printing from HP visit Secure Printing

To learn more about secure PC's visit Secure PCs