Printer security: the new IT imperative

When organisations secure their endpoints, they often forget one of their most vulnerable: printers

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Organisations go to great lengths to protect their endpoints, like their laptops, mobile devices and desktops. But what about their network-attached printers?

As technology and security threats alike advance, printers represent an ever-growing blind spot in security protocols. In fact, a printer today is 68% more likely to be the source of an external threat or breach than it was in 2016. 

This whitepaper dives into the consequences of an under-protected printer, common security practices and the need for comprehensive printer security - all backed by survey data from 500 IT professionals.

Download it now to learn how to harden your printer security. 

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