Printix Security and PrivacyPrivacy by Design (PbD) is the foundation stone of the GDPR. It’s about having a secure privacy environment built into the design and implementation of any system that handles data.
Cloud-managed print administration and data privacy
The secure and flexible methods of printing with Printix are achieved by allowing Printix Client to temporarily store print data encrypted on the computer and notifying Printix Cloud about the document. Printing directly to the printer is just as secure as compared to traditional network printing.
Security is ensured in the following ways:
- Documents are encrypted and stored locally until they expire and/or get deleted
- Documents do not leave the customer’s network unless using Print via the cloud is enabled
- Document names can only be seen by the owner of the document
- Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a key length of 256 bits is used to encrypt documents
Printix supports Single Sign-On with Azure AD, Google Authentication, Active Directory and LDAP. With Azure AD, the system administrator can pre-authorize users, so they are automatically signed in to Printix when logging into the computer, without being prompted by Printix.
Client upgrade and maintenance
System monitoring and Service Level Agreement
Printix Service Level Agreement is available online. Printix offers a cloud uptime of minimum 99,9 %. Cloud uptime is the amount of time that cloud systems and cloud services hosted by Printix are up and accessible by end users.
The high uptime and performance is achieved with an auto-scaling, load balanced multi-server environment with failover and 24/7 system monitoring.
Most upgrades of the Printix Cloud and releases of new features are achieved while the Printix environment is in operation.
Download Printix Security and Privacy Guide
To address any security concerns related to using Printix, check out the details of how our service and technology handles security and privacy in the Printix Security and Privacy Guide.