“Security is particularly critical for customers operating in healthcare, education, financial and retail environments, where documents, payment details and data privacy must be protected…”
Tagged: Printer Security
Only 19 percent of IT decision makers are completely confident that their print infrastructure is protected from security breaches and data losses.
“There is a clear opportunity here for MPS vendors to reduce breach risk by moving clients to a managed, single-vendor fleet.”
Market-research International Data Corporation (IDC) has just published a new white paper detailing how…
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.
Non-HP printers supplies include chips of unknown origin that may employ un-trusted firmware.
“The hybrid workplace is here to stay and it is imperative that organizations mitigate the risk of data loss by protecting printing endpoints in both the home and office environments.”
Much of this week’s office-imaging news continued to reflect the profound effects that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the...
Most enterprises protect company-issued laptops with appropriate security software and provide securely configured remote network connections, but many may have overlooked home printers’ security vulnerabilities.
On September 19th, HP Inc. announced that it had acquired Bromium for an undisclosed sum. Bromium is an end-point security...
Almost 9 out of 10 IT professionals believe a data breach will equate to 50 percent or less of annual revenue; however, actual costs could potentially range from 1 to 7 years of annual revenue
Industry trade group, Recycling Times Media, which is based in China and represents the “remanufactured” toner-cartridge industry, continues to illegally post entire articles from Wirth Consulting without permission.
“You don’t sell security to people who are only trying to save money.”
The two critical RCE flaws (CVE-2018-5924, CVE-2018-5925) can affect various HP Envy, Deskjet, Officejet, DesignJet, PageWide Managed, PageWide Pro, Photosmart, AMP, Ink Tank, and Smart Tank Wireless printers.
According to HP, it’s the first company to invest in a dedicated bug-bounty program for printing devices, offering customers protection from attacks that target both businesses and employees.
With news about serious security breaches steadily streaming across our desktops, the importance of cyber security continues to increase more......