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6 common print security risks and how to fix them

Today’s Multifunction Printers are intelligent devices that contain hard drives, have operating systems, host apps, hold user credentials, and can be accessed directly over the internet. However, the advance of print technology has slipped under the radar of many organisations, especially in regard to cybersecurity.

Smart print devices must now be treated with the same cybersecurity rigour as any other end point on the corporate network. This sounds like an obvious statement, yet printers are frequently neglected from cybersecurity strategies and organisations are paying the price. 59% of businesses reported at least one print-related data breach last year1.

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The infographic illustrates six common print security problems and how to resolve them.

 


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1 Quocirca. (2019). Global Print Security Landscape. [Online] Available at: https://quocirca.com/content/quocirca-global-print-security-landscape-2019/

 

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