by Kirk Studebaker // President on Sep 21, 2018 3:22:44 PM
Information security is an issue that’s not ever going away.
Methods of protection and attack will change over the years, but there will be cybercriminals attempting to steal data when we all finally get our flying cars in the future.
Most companies and leaders have at least heard about the importance of securing their networks and information. Hopefully you’re acting on this knowledge.
However, even companies that invest in robust network protection can overlook other points of entry cybercriminals look for.
In addition to you network, you need to be thinking about your network endpoints -- specifically your copiers and printers.
Here’s a quick checklist for device security. Use these items to discuss your level of device security with your internal IT team and/or your managed print services partner.
If you can’t place a checkmark next to each of these items, you could be at risk of a data breach.
As you include your network-connected printers and copiers in your security policy, be sure that you’re working with someone who understands these risks and how to shut the door on cybercriminals.