HP Security claims for business printing, scanning and HP Elite PCs

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

  • “World's most secure printing" or “most resilient printers” claims include HP’s most advanced embedded security features which are available on HP Enterprise and HP Managed devices with HP FutureSmart firmware 4.5 or above. The claim is based on HP review of 2019 published features of competitive in-class printers. Only HP offers a combination of security features to automatically detect, stop, and recover from attacks with a self-healing reboot, in alignment with NIST SP 800-193 guidelines for device cyber resiliency. For a list of compatible products, visit: hp.com/go/PrintersThatProtect. For more information: select a link on the right.
  • World’s most comprehensive print security” or “industry’s strongest print security protections” includes device, data, and document security capabilities by leading managed print service providers. Based on HP review of 2019 publicly available information on service-level agreement offers, security services, security and management software, and device embedded security features of their competitive in-class printers. For further details, visit hp.com/go/securemps or select a link on the right.
  • "World'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 and higher Intel® Core® Processors, Intel® integrated graphics, and Intel® WLAN.
  • “World's most secure scanning" claim is based on an HP review of 2017 published security features of competitive in-class enterprise scanners. 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.

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 www.hp.com/go/ReinventSecurity

To learn more about secure PC's visit www.hp.com/go/ComputerSecurity