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In the press: How to secure your office printer

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Last updated on April 15th, 2020

Originally published in Finance Digest

Security is a prime concern for the financial services industry. Not only are they under ever-increasing levels of regulation but news of data breaches is appearing more frequently every day. Many firms will be aware of basic security measures such as firewalls and anti-virus protection, one area they may not consider is the office printer.

how to make your office printer more secureJames Stelfox, Managing Director of QuoStar MDS, discusses the ways the office printer can put firms’ confidential data at risk. From simple things such as leaving sensitive documents sat on the output tray to hackers intercepting print jobs as they travel from a computer to the printer.

Although the office printer can pose a risk there are many simple solutions that can easily increase their security levels.

Click here to read the article in full on Finance Digest

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