Security breaches and attacks can be costly and extremely frustrating to all. They result in lost of privacy, many wasted hours, financial detriments, and overall general frustrations. Lexmark has made it their business to put protection at the top of their list. They provide full-spectrum security for state and local government.

Did you know unsecured print = unsecured IT

Securing a government environment is extremely complex and requires a detailed understanding of software, hardware, network architecture, content traveling the network, human factors, and each government agency’s specific security vulnerabilities/goals. It also requires expert knowledge along with experience to translate the theoretical security concepts into products and services that protect.


Lexmark understands the multi-faceted reality of security threats and responds with a whole system approach – including the device, the fleet and entire network infrastructure.



It begins with the design. Lexmark doesn’t treat security as an afterthought or optional feature but an integral design and engineering goal, which is embedded in all products and services.

Lexmark‘s understanding of network environments and real life security threats, particularly in relation to printing, gives us the knowledge to create unique, solutions that secure your data all the time. It is a capability Lexmark has proved by overcoming security challenges in some of the most highly regulated organizations and industries on the planet.


The Lexmark security advantage pays off in real ways whether you manage your own printing infrastructure or rely on Lexmark Managed Print Services.


There are many threats to state and local government.

Lexmark know the government has unique challenges, types of information and compliance regulations regarding information that needs to be safeguarded and they work to make it safer and more secure for the government every single day.

These types of secure protected data might include:

Personally identifiable information

Social security numbers

Account numbers

Credit cards

Judicial information

Financial statements

Classified information

Protected health information