New services protects endpoints against both online and offline attacks.
“Complex attacks previously required serious skills, knowledge and resource. Now the technology and training is available for the price of a gallon of gas.”
“This certification … demonstrates they (customers) can trust that the Ricoh services they depend on are explicitly designed to help secure and protect not only their information, but that of their customers, as well.”
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. today released its new cloud-based service for remote security monitoring and management…
The guide covers cybersecurity guidelines for NIST SP 800-171, which is required for organizations that conduct business with government bodies, such as defense agencies.
Company has identified video security solutions as one of its key areas of focus to drive growth for the company.
Cloud-based service provides remote security monitoring and management…
Ricoh Company of Japan today issued a security notice involving a potential security vulnerability for its copier/MFPs and printers.
Lexmark International today announced it’s again been named a Leader in Global Print Security by global print and market-research firm Quocirca.
Among the findings are that enterprises are more confident in their print-infrastructure’s security when they use managed print services, but printers used at home continue to be a security risk.
You may not haven’t visited a bank in-person for a while now, but when you did, you may have noticed...
On December 24th, Konica Minolta of Tokyo, Japan, reported that approximately 80 Konica Minolta bizhub copier/MFPs and printer have five...
Servers operating with Apache Log4j are potentially threatened, allowing a third party to remotely access the server and execute remote code by sending modified data.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions, U.S.A. reported today that it’s received a 2021 ASTORS Homeland Security Award from American Security Today....
Survey also found growing interest in ink-subscription services.
Eight-three percent of IT teams surveyed said the pandemic has put even more strain on IT support because of home-worker security problems.