How to keep your printers secure
If you know that your business printers could be an entry point for hackers, what can you do to secure them?
The importance of endpoint security
Enterprise grade firewalls and rock solid server security is all well and good, but what about your printers?
Surviving human error
How can you ensure that your workers keep your business safe?
Protect your PCs from the Wolf
While nothing is ever truly safe, you can mitigate the potential damage.
Preying on your weaknesses
Just like wolves, hackers are looking for the weakest, most vulnerable prey.
Judy malware spreads to 36.5 million Android devices
Judy is the biggest malware outbreak caused by app downloads
40% of Android devices are at risk of screen hijack exploit
But Google doesn't plan to fix it until late summer
Document security isn't just a digital issue
Cyber security may get all the headlines, but a physical document falling into the wrong hands can do just as much damage.
Keep The Wolf away from your company's devices
Security isn't just important for your network and servers, endpoint devices should be locked down, too.
Don't let hackers have a party
Your printer might be an open invitation for hackers to party on your network. It’s time to throw them out.
Keep The Wolf from your Data
Hackers see your printers as a weak spot and your company as easy prey. Don’t let them in.
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