Computer hackers, internal breaches, compliance violations and other similar incidents can damage your business. In addition to costly fines and lawsuits, a security breach can result in lost revenue and damage to reputation.
Due to the increasing sophistication and persistence of cyber criminals, network firewalls are proving an insufficient security measure. Organizations need to strengthen their endpoints beyond the firewall, including network printers. But printing security can be complicated.
Enterprise-level multi-function printers (MFPs) have over 250 security settings. Maintaining the security of devices, data and documents within the fleet requires specialized knowledge and can be a costly procedure.
Only HP Enterprise printers have auto-repair features that detect malware. You can also add new security features later because HP printers have upgradeable firmware, the only one in the industry.
of companies declares that security is a very important factor towards the adoption of managed print services
companies ignore printers as part of their endpoint security practices
of companies reported at least one data breach in the press environment in the last year