Network Security

The Insecurity of Network-Connected Printers

Provided by HP

Category Network Security

Type White Paper

Length 22

Publish Date November 10 2015

Date posted February 02 2016


Printers are an integral and ubiquitous part of the workplace. However many companies are ignoring the security risks associated with printers and other peripheral devices. This Ponemon Institute report from HP highlights the security risks created by insecure printers and other peripheral devices, and includes action strategies and best practices in addressing end-point device and hardcopy document security.

Download this white paper to discover the insecurity of network-connected printers


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