Hackers love the office printer. Over half of companies forget to include them in their security plans, leaving them an open door for attack – and hackers are all too happy to walk right in. Here are five ways your printer is putting your network at risk, and how to
Today, we’re all more aware of the importance of data security and taking the steps needed to secure our businesses. One area that is often still overlooked is your office printer. A printer is a common gateway a hacker will use to gain access to your home or company network.
When it comes time to replace your printer – or add another to your fleet – it can be hard to know which printer to choose. A new printer is an investment and you’ll want to be sure you get the best one to suit your needs, within your budget.
Is your data secure? Many companies make efforts to secure severs and networks, but overlook one of the biggest data vulnerabilities: the office printer. Whether it’s stored digitally on the printer’s hard drive or sitting on the output tray, your printer may be leaving your data – and your business
Your network is only as secure as the least-secure device on it. For many companies, that means the printer. Failing to secure these devices can lead to a number of problems, including the risk of a data breach. Understanding why, and how, to secure your printers can help keep your
Network security plans often overlook one of the most-used devices on the network: the multifunction printer. MFPs perform many tasks, which means they transmit a lot of data, making them a perfect target for hackers. These tips can help you get started on a print security strategy to protect your
Cybercrime is one of the biggest security risks companies face today, with 73% of CISO’s expecting a security breach within a year. These events cost businesses over $7 million each year, making security a critical priority. However, printers are frequently overlooked when developing security protocols, leaving your business at risk.