Quocirca Print Security Landscape, 2022

What are the key trends for print security in 2022 and beyond?


of ITDMs say they are completely confident in the security of their print infrastructure.


have had a data loss due to print security failures in the past year


expect print security spend to increase in the next 12 months


have a formal procedure to respond to print security incidents but 32% have implemented a zero trust architecture and integration with a SIEM platform


of ITDMs consult Managed Security Service Providers for print security advice

About the survey

As cyberattacks continue to increase, capitalising on the new vulnerabilities of remote working, securing the print infrastructure – across the office and home environments – must be a strategic priority.

Quocirca’s Print Security Landscape 2022 study reveals increasing concerns around the risks of printing, and declining confidence in the ability to protect the print infrastructure against security breaches. The attack surface has now expanded to encompass remote endpoints such as home printers, which may fall through the gap of traditional print security measures.

This study is based on the views of 531 IT Decision Makers (ITDMs) in the US and Europe. The report also includes detailed profiles of print security offerings from the major print manufacturers and key ISVs.

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