“59% of organizations reported a print-related data loss incident in the past year. "
But don’t worry, you’re in good hands with our HP Certified Security Expert and president, Adrian Lopez.
Over the past decade, Adrian has deployed a number of cyber security solutions for organizations to protect against threats and network vulnerabilities, both in Grand Rapids, and across Michigan. He holds several certifications including technical cyber security certifications specific to replication devices and other technologies.
So, what can we help you with?
Network Security: The Basics
Why should I care about print security?
Is it really a risk to my business?
If you care about security, you need to care about your printers because they are a blind spot for many companies. Unfortunately, the level of attention that is given to networks and computers isn’t given to printers, despite the fact that they are connected to both and can act as a backdoor to sensitive company data.
How can I make my printers more secure?
We recommend following these four steps to make your printers more secure: upgrade devices, encrypt data, use pin/ID/passwords, and consistently update your firmware.
How can I tell if an email is a scam?
Phishing emails have become significantly more personal and targeted over the years, making them difficult to identify and flag as malicious. We recommend looking out for these three things: spelling/grammar, urgency, and the sender address.
Print Security: Document Workflow, Digital Transformation & Remote Work
Why should I care about document workflow?
Improvements to your workflow can help boost your information security as well as increase team productivity. From pull print and mobility to driver management, software solutions can be used to your security advantage.
What’s the best way to digitize my paper documents?
There are a number of solutions out there when it comes to starting your digital transformation but the best products allow you to monitor activity and limit access to ensure your information is protected from cybercrime.
Is faxing a safer way to share information?
When you choose to send a fax instead of an email, you get end-to-end encryption, which helps your data remain private. Faxes are sent through telephone lines rather than through the cloud, which is more difficult to hack.
How can I keep my files secure when employees are remote?
When thinking about remote team members, device standardization is key. Make sure you take note of the equipment being used and the overall document workflow as well. This will help ensure your data is protected off of the office network.
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1. Quocirca Global Print Security Study, Louella Fernandes, January 2019