Your Zero Trust Printing Solution

Securing your print environment has never been easier. Printerlogic has the tools and features you need to reinforce your Zero Trust Architecture while simplifying print environment.



It’s Time to Eliminate Your Print Servers

Old Tech Is Unsecure

Zero Trust is the wave of the future for network security. So why are you still living in the past with your print servers? Along with being a single point of failure, print servers are not engineered to meet the security demands of disparate workforces and create an open target for hackers trying to access your corporate network.

Direct IP Printing Is the Future

Don’t let outdated print solutions be your security downfall. Direct IP printing reduces your legacy infrastructure and keeps your data secure on segmented devices until the print job is sent directly to the printer. Your data is never is exposed or at risk on the network or in a spooler and your attack surface is reduced.


How Does Zero Trust Printing Work?

The key to Zero Trust printing is microsegmentation. You need segmented endpoints to keep your data secure paired with native Identity Provider (IdP) integrations based on SAML 2.0 and JIT Provisioning. Built on the security of AWS, PrinterLogic supports microsegmentation as a cloud solution that offers serverless direct IP printing. With PrinterLogic, your IT team can automate user account creation while also saving time on deployments and access changes.


PrinterLogic supports all major IdPs including Okta, Azure AD, Google Identity, and integrates with industry standards like SAML, SCIM, and OIDC.


PrinterLogic’s role-based access control (RBAC) gives admins powerful auditing capabilities, and lets them track end-user print activity and configuration changes.


PrinterLogic eliminates the need for print severs which minimize attack surfaces and shrinks your network for less exposure.


Trust the Numbers

of organizations expect to increase their print security spend over the next 12 months.

– Quocirca

of respondents expect to experience more security incidents in the next 12 months.

– Quocirca

of organizations said they’re working on a Zero Trust security initiative now or will be this year.

– Okta

The expected value of the Zero Trust global market by 2024.

– Deloitte

Zero Trust Printing That Works


Direct IP

Eliminate data being stored in the cloud to keep confidential information secured at all times.

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Centralized Management

Get centralized control of network and device access—all from a single pane of glass.

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Native IdP Integrations

Make authentication simple with integrations to leading IdP providers and even concurrent IdP support.

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Secure Features

Protect your data at every stage with features like Secure Release and Off-Network Printing.

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Printers are often one of the first devices mentioned when discussing the security risks attached to connected devices. There are legitimate reasons for this: the printer is a highly recognisable piece of office equipment, and something that many workers have at home too. As such, it is easy to consider a connected printer as a likely route through which hackers could try to gain access to sensitive data.”


Aaron Anderson, Head of Marketing, Kyocera Document Solutions UK


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Zero Trust?

Zero Trust is a way to set up your network that moves from old security best practices (i.e. trusted networks, trust but verify, etc.) and instead assumes every user and device is a potential threat. It requires every connection to be verified and authorized in addition to segregating devices and data to ensure any compromised endpoints aren’t a vulnerability to the rest of the network.

Why is Zero Trust important?

In today’s world of remote and hybrid workforces, it’s imperative that companies adapt to best protect themselves. Especially with hackers getting more sophisticated and data getting more valuable every day. Old systems of VPNs, trusted networks, and single authentication points are costly, inefficient, and can ultimately leave you open to many potential threats.

Who should use Zero Trust?

Every company should be moving toward Zero Trust. In fact, an Okta study found that 78% of companies around the world said Zero Trust has increased in priority. That’s not surprising with work environments becoming more diverse and companies facing constant threats to their users and data.

What is Zero Trust Printing?

An extension of the philosophy regarding Zero Trust Network Architecture, Zero Trust Printing allows you to keep data secure even during traditionally vulnerable actions. With print servers and spoolers, data can be exposed and users across a network can be compromised. With PrinterLogic’s direct IP printing infrastructure and native IdP integrations, users are verified and authorized and confidential data is never exposed.

How do you allow users to print in a Zero Trust Network environment?

PrinterLogic makes it easy to add printing to your Zero Trust Network. Our platform is built to keep your data—and users—secure. Our IdP integrations are built on SCIM and JIT provisioning. So you not only save time when setting up new users and teams by automatically creating and updating user accounts, but also keep all users safe with Multifactor Authentication at every stage of the printing process.

How does Zero Trust networking apply to universal print?

PrinterLogic works with most major printer/copier brands, making it easy to deploy updates to printers and drivers, change user access, and allow anyone to print—without leaving your network vulnerable. That means you still get universal print access without expensive workarounds or potentially problematic single points of failure like print servers

How to Implement Zero Trust

In this blog series, we discuss what Zero Trust means and why it’s important to embrace Zero Trust Printing.

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