HP’s newest printer models are the world’s most secure printers, and HP Enterprise printers with FutureSmart technology are unique in the marketplace because they are designed to thwart attackers’ efforts and self-heal. This means these new printers can automatically reboot in the event of an attack or anomaly.
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The BIOS is a set of boot instructions used to load fundamental hardware components and initiate the HP FutureSmart firmware of an enterprise-class HP device. This technology works behind the scenes when devices power on, helping to safeguard your printing and imaging device from any attack.
Whitelisting ensures that only authentic, untampered HP code is loaded into memory. If an anomaly is detected, the device reboots to a secure, offline state. It then sends a notice to IT to reload the firmware.
HP's run-time intrusion detection helps protect your devices while they are connected to the network — right when most attacks occur. This feature also checks for anomalies during complex firmware and memory operations.
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