Expand your IT compliance with best in class print infrastructure security
EveryonePrint operates under the ISO27001 compliance framework
ISO27001:2013 is a security management standard that specifies the security management best practices and comprehensive security controls. The basis of this certification is the development and implementation of rigorous security program which includes the development and implementation of an Information security management system (ISMS) which defines how EveryonePrint manages information security in a holistic manner.
EveryonePrint has developed an information security policy that considers the impact, threats and vulnerabilities of all of our assets. Our robust framework has been developed to manage customer data protection both at rest as well as in transit. EveryonePrint has a framework to train all its employees on information security based on ISO27001.
EveryonePrint ensure GDPR compliance in its customers’ Print Infrastructure
Print Infrastructure and printers are important parts of your business and should be subject to your company’s information security policies. Today’s smart MFPs have evolved into sophisticated document processing hubs that in addition to print, scan and copy, enable the capture, routing and storage of information.
Print servers and the devices attached store and process data and have the same security vulnerabilities as any other networked endpoint. GDPR motivates an organization to find, implement and revise effective security measures in response to the rapidly changing threat landscape.
Understand GDPR and our Print Infrastructure solution
EveryonePrint have designed the Hybrid Cloud Platform to provide tools and features that enable enterprises to configure a secure print infrastructure environment, which ensures GDPR compliance.
Read about “What You Need to Do” to ensure a GDPR ready print infrastructure.
SOC2 is a security management standard that describes the controls relevant to security, availability, process integrity, and confidentiality. EveryonePrint has developed a framework that considers the information security guidelines to secure the customer’s information. Our platform regularly undergoes independent verification of security, privacy, and compliance controls, achieving certifications against global standards to ensure that our platform is the most secure in the industry.
What is “new” CLOUD act?
On March 23, 2018, the United States Congress passed the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (CLOUD Act), updating the legal framework for United States law enforcement requests for data stored on the servers of communication and cloud service providers. Clarifying prior law, the CLOUD Act provides a limited mechanism for United States law enforcement to request data stored in the United States and overseas.
Does the CLOUD Act change how US law enforcement can request data?
No. The CLOUD Act does not change the process or requirements for US law enforcement requests for data as part of a criminal investigation. The CLOUD Act does not give United States law enforcement unlimited or unfettered access to data. United States Law enforcement may seek content from service providers in only two circumstances: (1) with the customerís consent or (2) with a warrant issued by a United States court in accordance with United States criminal procedures. For a warrant to be issued, a United States court must be convinced that there is probable cause to believe a crime has occurred and that evidence sought under the warrant is directly related to that crime. The CLOUD Act also creates additional safeguards for cloud content, recognizing the right of cloud service providers to challenge requests that conflict with another country’s laws or national interests.
How does CLOUD Act Impact HCP?
The CLOUD Act does not impact HCP or the model in which we operate. EveryonePrint are always vigilant about customer privacy and security, and we are committed to providing our customers with industry-leading privacy and security protections when using our products and services.
EveryonePrint currently outsources hosting of its product infrastructure to a leading cloud infrastructure hosting provider, Amazon Web Services who provide high levels of physical and network security and maintain various levels of audited security, including SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 compliance. Please see AWS audit reports for additional information about physical environments.